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A Strip Club Owner Who Calls Himself A “Scumbag” Told Minnesota Vikings Players Not To Go To Strip Clubs
The hip thing to do in the NFL these days is to scare rookies shitless. It’s with good intentions, of course, as the NFL doesn’t want players getting arrested or blowing all their money in one weekend. The Minnesota Vikings brought in Sean Bishop, a convicted felon and strip club owner, to complete the task for this year’s rookie class.
Here’s what Bishop had to say, via PFT:
“’I tell them I am a scumbag club owner who will use and abuse you,” Bishop told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. ‘I just don’t want to see any of them ruin their lives. They need to be protected from themselves.’”
At least he’s honest. Bishop, a former football player himself, was coached by Vikings’ executive director of player development Les Pico at Washburn University in 1990.
“‘These guys get comfortable in the VIP section and think they’re not being seen and forget where they’re at,” he said. “Being a competitive athlete, it’s hard for them to turn the other cheek or swallow their pride and walk away from bad situations. Instead, they make a scene and forget where they’re at because the owner’s treating them like a king, they’re young and think they’re invincible when all it takes is one snapshot and you’re done.’”
While we applaud Bishop’s willingness to completely condemn his own business, we wonder what he would do if an NFLer walked into his joint. Somehow we doubt he’d say, ‘No, no, no, put your money away, friend.’
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