Wednesday, March 14, 2012


(Pictured above: Coach Timothy Lee Forbes, 34)

In Springfield, Massachusetts, an assistant basketball coach accused of biting off part of another coach’s ear at a Catholic Youth Organization game is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing, the district attorney’s office said.

Timothy Lee Forbes, 34, of Springfield, an assistant CYO coach, turned himself in shortly before noon on March 12, according to police Sgt. John Delaney.

Springfield police had been looking for Forbes since Friday, when they say the “brief but violent” assault took place at Holy Name School, where the sixth-grade boys teams faced off in a championship game. Police said that after his team lost, Forbes bit off part of the ear of the winning team’s coach, who they described only as a 34-year-old Springfield man.

Watch video of the news cast below.

(Story courtesy of blackamericaweb.)


What the hell?!? Shit. I really don't even know what to say about this one.
What say you?


Anonymous said...

Now,...this is a total uncontrolable, temper streek of this guy, that is suppose to be a decent, and good role model for our youth. Although the Guy's team lost the game, there is no excuse to do the such as this "coach" has done to the coach of the other team, or ANYONE else because his own team of a sporting event has lost the game or match. Bro.JT

Anonymous said...

NORTHFLOW......that cat had something much deeper than that loss going on in his taste another mans flesh,and a blackman @ that