San Diego Chargers Security Guard Caught DOING THIS While Guarding Cheerleading Squad

A security guard working Sunday’s San Diego Chargers game against the Oakland Raiders has been fired after a video emerged on social media showing him playing with himself while on the field directly in front of a squad of cheerleaders.

The naughty security guard, whose name was not immediately released, worked for Elite Security, the company hired to provide security at Qualcomm Stadium. The video, released on Instagram, contained the follow caption:

“San Diego Chargers Security guard was openly [expletive] RIGHT IN FRONT of us during the game, while watching the cheerleaders jump up and down!!! I can’t believe this was allowed. Such a complete disregard for women’s rights and public decency! Continue reading

Bill O’Reilly: Some Kids Deserve To Get Hit

On the heels of Minnesota Vikings’ running back Adrian Peterson being indicted for “whooping” his kids, Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor host, Bill O’Reilly says he thinks some kids deserve a “little whack,” once in a while.

Though O’Reilly says he thinks causing lacerations from something “akin to a whip” constitutes “abuse,” he’s okay with a good old fashion spanking..

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“How about a child that runs in the street?” O’Reilly asked at one point. “And you say, ‘look, you can’t run in the street because you’ll be dead if the car hits you’ and the kid still runs in the street. You’ve got to get the child’s attention.”

Watch the video segment here.

Michael Phelps LOSES 100 Meter Butterfly Bid By A TOUCH

Michael Phelps lost his bid for his most important race since announcing his return to swimming in April.

Phelps missed the 100-meter butterfly win by a hundredth of a second at the U.S. National Championships in Irvine.


The winner of the event, Tom Shields of Huntington Beach, finished with a personal-best time of 51.29 seconds. Continue reading

U.S. Goalkeeper Sets All-Time Record For Saves

The US may have lost their bid for a World Cup but the heartbreaking loss had a silver lining for the U.S.

Goalkeeper Tim Howard made an astonishing 16 saves on goal, the most on record in a World Cup match.

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Belgium managed to sneak in two goals in the 120-minute game to beat the U.S. 2-1, but Howard’s performance didn’t go unnoticed. As one ESPN announcer put it, “he does not deserve to be on the losing side.” The New Jersey native quickly became a fan favorite, for his remarkable skills as a goalie and for his signature beard. Continue reading