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    Fred Smoot pissed his pants

    Another "where are they now" former NFL player success story....

    Fred Smoot played only two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, but he'll never be forgotten thanks to his history-making role planning the team's 2005 sex cruise on Lake Minnetonka.

    The cornerback hasn't played in the NFL since 2009, but he's still making a splash.

    Smoot was arrested on drunken driving charges on Dec. 30 in Washington, D.C. That's bad. He then proceeded to wet his pants in the police station. That's worse.

    Police detected "a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage" when they pulled over Smoot, according to a report posted on the Washingtonian website on Thursday. After he failed a field sobriety test, the Love Boat captain was taken downtown, where he twice refused to take a breathalyzer test.

    Here's where the story gets juicy. While Smoot was being booked, according to the Washingtonian, a police officer noticed a puddle at Smoot's feet, and "urine running down his pant leg." And, no, he had not expressed a need to relieve himself.

    But there's two sides to every story involving Smoot. He pleaded not guilty on Jan. 17, and he's due back in court for a Feb. 19 hearing.

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    Jets Insider VIP
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    If you've never pissed your pants while drunk, then you've never really been drunk before.

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    Hall Of Fame
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    Great college player

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    Anyone remember Vikings running back Onterrio Smith aka Whizzinator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    If you've never pissed your pants while drunk, then you've never really been drunk before.
    I've pissed my pants from laughing too hard, but I was sober at the time.

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    Van down by the river
    JetMoses starting threads in the Hamper.

    That past poster thread really got people to come out of the proverbial wood work...


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