Florida Man Substitute Teacher Starts Trouble With Sports Bar Bouncer, Gets His Eye Tattooed & Arrested

via Pasco County Sheriff
Jason Mills, a 4.5 star substitute teacher (might be some shady rigging going on), turned in a classic mugshot this week after starting trouble with a bouncer at a sports bar north of Tampa. You know how nothing good happens after midnight for an athlete? Well, nothing happens good after 2 a.m. for a substitute teacher in Florida. You just know something bad is going to happen, especially when the business is called Joe Whiskey’s Sports Bar.
From CBS 17:

According to an arrest report, 48-year-old Jason Mills went to Joe Whiskey’s Sports Bar in Wesley Chapel just after 2 a.m. Saturday and got into an argument with a bouncer.
Deputies say the verbal argument escalated when Mills tried punching the bouncer. The arrest report says the bouncer punched Mills, knocking him to the ground. Mills was then handcuffed by the bouncer and other staff members.
Deputies who responded to the bar say Mills was extremely intoxicated and belligerent.
Several witnesses told deputies they saw Mills attack the bouncer. Deputies determined Mills was the primary aggressor and arrested him for misdemeanor battery.

You really hate to see a long sports day end like this. I’d like to hear more details from Jason. Did you lose a boxing bet? Did he have Northwestern pulling off some crazy upset? Is he tired of Bama? Is he a Georgia fan who went off the deep end? So many questions.

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