Jimmy Graham Is Taught A Lesson After Jumping Into Crowd

Posted: Nov 19 2014, 6:19am CST | by , in News | Latest Sports News

Jimmy Graham is Taught a Lesson After Jumping Into Crowd
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Jimmy Graham is Taught a Lesson After Jumping Into Crowd

Jimmy Graham has a learned the hard way that it's never wise to jump into any crowd. According to Bleacher Report, the New Orleans Saints tight end, was pinched by a fan after jumping into a crowd in celebration of his two touchdowns.

The incident took place last Sunday during Saints clash with San Francisco 49ers at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Upon landing on the crowds that was at the stadium, a fan known as "The joker" grabbed his butt and gave him pinches of a lifetime.

After freeing himself from his fans, Graham vowed to never do such a thing again. In fact he was quoted by NOLA.COM saying that his fans can now forget about such moves because he can not risk it again.

“That’ll probably be my last one after I got groped up,” Graham said. “It was a moment in the game and I just wanted to go and thank all the fans for being there.

Some people were trying to thank me a little too much…that’ll be the last one for me.”

On his part, "The joker" whose real name is Scott McGowan, said he did not intend to harm the player. He argued that he held on to Graham's behind because they were not occupied by any hands.

McGowan is in deed a Saints die hard because he is always there to cheer them up when they are playing any team.

In an interview with The Advocate, McGowan said that he can now confirm that Graham is a real tight end.

“I went for what I could grab,” McGowan told The Advocate. “Everything else was taken, so I took what I could get.”

“I officially know now that [Graham] is a tight end,” McGowan added.

Graham has not been lucky in settling for an acceptable way of celebrating his scores. Perhaps he thought jumping into the crowds would be a good replacement for his dunks that have since been criticized by the officials for being dangerous.

He has to go back to his drawing board and hatch a new way of celebrating his touchdowns without being on the receiving end.

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