Man: "Hey, it's Scottie Pippen! I should politely ask him for an autograph after dessert."
Man: [eats restaurant's specialty, a frozen banana]
Man: [decides to order another because it was so good]
Man: [orders] Man: "Might as well go ask him while I'm waiting."
Man: [walks over to Scottie Pippen]
Man: "Excuse me, Mr. Pippen. Could I trouble you for an autograph? I was always a big fan of yours."
Pippen: "No- [starts to say "problem", but is cut off]
Waiter: "I'm sorry, sir. The kitchen says we're out of that dessert.
Man: "Ah, who needs a second banana, anyway?"
Pippen: [beats shite out of Man] Today 4:41pm
You mess with the Bull and you get the horns.
The former Chicago Bulls standout visited a sheriff’s station voluntarily after he was named as a suspect in a Sunday evening altercation at Nobu, a trendy beachside eatery.
Investigators said a violent argument broke out after an autograph-seeker took photos of Pippen, 47, and his family. The unidentified man was later taken to a hospital with a head injury, investigators said.
But a source said Pippen was the real victim. The fan started the tussle, spit on the ex-athlete and screamed the called him the N-word, the source said, adding that Pippen was holding his 4-year-old daughter at the time.
“Can you imagine, you’re out to dinner with your wife, your four kids and your mother-in-law, and someone calls you the N-word and starts to get physical?” the source said, calling the alleged victim’s story a “crock.”