Tommy Hawk Mascot Body Slams Fan In Video Contradicting Police Report

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Sam Robeson - December 18, 2018


The plucky Tommy Hawk knows that all we want for Christmas is to see a hockey team mascot body slam a fan in a Twitter video, and he's delivered by doing just that. This past Friday The Chicago Blackhawks lost to the Winnipeg Jets on the Hawk's home turf, where some fan either got too excited, too enraged, or most likely too drunk, and attacked The Blackhawk's mascot Tommy Hawk:

Chicago police confirmed they were notified of a disturbance at the United Center around 11:15 p.m. Friday. Police said a 'male was performing as a team mascot' when another man began punching him in the face and put him in a headlock.

That was about to be that on that, until this video of Tommy fighting back went Chicago viral. So, not viral. Mr. Hawk actually picks up the fan and slams him to the ground, and upon seeing the video, a spokesperson for the Hawks stated:

We are gathering the facts and will have no further comment at this time, pending our investigation.

When you assemble a bunch of straight guys who can only feel feelings by watching other straight guys maul each other on ice in one building, you're going to get a bird mascot body slam. You just are. Cacaw c*nts.



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