Pittsburgh police charge Nashville man for catfish toss during Stanley Cup game 1
A catfish stopped play in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals after a fan launched it onto the ice in Pittsburgh.
The 36-year-old Tennessee man who tossed a dead catfish on the ice during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday hid the fish carcass in his shorts to smuggle it into the arena, according to Pittsburgh police.
Apparently Waddell had the catfish vacuum-sealed and hid it in his shorts to get past security at PPG Paints Arena, then removed it from the sealing and wrapped it in a towel and T-shirt before launching it onto the ice during the second period. He was immediately escorted from the facility and arrested.
Charge they may, charge they might, that Catfish still hit the ice last night!!!! Go Preds!!!— Jake Deveral Waddell (@JacobDeveral) May 30, 2017