King Of Turds Is At It Again

March 4th, 2011

Well, well, well, it didn’t long take the King of Turds to rear his ugly mug (shot) yet again.

Thrown off the Bucs for trying to sell pot, allegedly, the night before the Bucs played the Lambs, Stevens again was dragged off to a Hillsborough County cage for going wilding at the Hula Bay Club Thursday night, per Josh Politlove of the Tampa Tribune.

After being escorted from the bar he punched two bouncers; bouncers took him to the ground, trying to control him until police arrived, police said.

One of the bouncers suffered a possible broken jaw, police said. Stevens was struck in the face and suffered swelling and soreness, police said.

Joe just remembers how this piece of human debris was lauded by Bruce Almighty as a reformed man, an angel if not an asset amid the Tampa Bay community.

Both the King of Turd’s history and present suggest he’s a profound menace to society.


9 Responses to “King Of Turds Is At It Again”

  1. Pete Dutcher Says:

    Unlike Quarles, Stevens deserves no time to determine if he was under the influence, because frankly, I would be surprised if he wasn’t. Hugely disappointed in this guy.

    I STILL believe he played a role in the problems Tanard has had. Don’t get me wrong though, T-Jack is responsible for his own actions.

  2. BigMacAttack Says:

    No real surprise here other than why he still lives here. Can’t we just have him deported to Sin City or Grungeville?

  3. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    Joe it is very unfair to blame bruce for stevens’ conduct after bruce was gone. While bruce was here, and gru, stevens stayed in line. When the much looser regime came in it “may” have allowed for his midguided ways to recur. Maybe not. But to criticize the regime that he acted fine undet, and not include the regime he was arrested for drugs the night before a game under is unfair. Werent other bucs in the car also?

  4. MrGone Says:

    Thomas, you really are a tool.

  5. gruss222 Says:

    They’re are certain tools on this site that truly go out of the way to sit and ponder what adverse, opposite, rediculous opinion can possibly be posted to draw attention to one self.

    Such a person truly must have absolutely no other avenue in life to garner some type of reasonable conversation or exchange of opinion. That person must be extremely lonely, depressed, and spend every minute of their non-working hours staring at the interior walls of the house that confines them. No hope of ever experiencing time spent with a friend, much less a significant other. The cost of the lotion jars and napkin dispensers must keep their budget stretched to the extreme.

    One can only hope, for the sake of all that is good, the person will one day realize what an asinine, worthless, fool such a person is within this world.

    To everyone that this does not describe, HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND AND GO BUCS!!!!

  6. Gary Says:

    Hell yah gruss. Well said. I knew when this was posted that moron would defend gruallen and blame rahdom.

    Hey thomass, I’ll buy u a years worth of napkins and lotion if u never come back here! Whaddaya say, deal?

  7. Bucsfan Says:

    Something tells me that Joe has never been in a fight before.

  8. CalicoJack Says:

    Stevens’ lawyer claims the former Buc was the victim. With multiple broken ribs and other defensive wounds, the lawyer may be right…

  9. Squadoosh1 Says:

    “stevens lawyer claims the former buc was the victim”………imagine a defense lawyer making a case for his client….how amazing!