UPDATE: Houston Rockets’ Carl Landry was shot in the leg early this morning during a failed robbery. Was the same leprechaun from Plaxico Burress’ injury involved?
According to Landry, his car was bumped by another vehicle; when he got out to inspect the damage, he was shot at by the vehicle’s passengers before they sped off. He only suffered a “flesh wound” on his leg, and will be able to play again in a couple weeks.
Is Landry’s story true? Or was this some kind of repeat of Plaxico Burress’ gun incident last year? Can it really be a coincidence that this happened on St. Patrick’s Day?
Check out the details below and decide for yourself:
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
NEW YORK, NY – Plaxico Burress has finally admitted who – or what – he was aiming at when he accidentally shot himself.
On Friday, November 28, Giants receiver Plaxico Burress left a New York City nightclub after accidentally shooting himself in his right thigh. Burress checked into a hospital under a pseudonym but was soon recognized by hospital staff members and the media was notified.
After taking counsel with his lawyer, Burress finally surrendered to the police on Monday, with an explanation they were not expecting: Burress was aiming at a leprechaun who had been getting fresh with his wife!
Weekly World News tracked the leprachaun down for his side of the story. Seamus O’Shaughnessy said to reporters “I dinnea lay a hand on the lass tha’ she dinnea want! She made the first move sure as I’m standin’ here! He asked for an apology, an’ sure enough he got it! Not my fault if the daftie tripped over his sweatpants an nearly blew off his John Thomas.”
However before O’Shaughnessy could answer any further questions he disappeared with the reporter’s wallet and pants.