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Matt Cassel Peed On at Super Bowl Party

You’ve seen Patriots Quarterback Matt Cassel play well in the rain and the snow. But, how well does he play…in the pee?

Cassel was waiting in line for the bathroom at ESPN’s Tampa Bay Super Bowl bash Friday night when a drunk football fan tried to cut him in line. Cassel explained to the slosh that it was his turn to use the urinal, and when he walked away, the drunk fan deliberately peed on Cassel’s leg!

Security threw out the drunk fan, and Cassel returned to the party with a soaking wet leg. At least he’s a good sport. So, it begs the question, how well does Cassel perform (in getting the ladies) with wet pants?

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4 comments for “Matt Cassel Peed On at Super Bowl Party”

  1. Wow, slow news day today.

    Posted by Pete | February 3, 2009, 9:50 pm
  2. haha you could say that, but I think it’s a little newsworthy when your quarterback gets peed on at a party.

    Posted by KC | February 4, 2009, 5:35 pm
  3. […] Trying to cut in line at the bathroom during the Super Bowl, Matt Cassel upset some people. One such fan decided to pee on him. […]

    Posted by Everyone Just Has to Wait Their Turn in Line « OnFire | February 5, 2009, 11:47 pm
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    Posted by Lowell | June 4, 2011, 6:34 pm

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