After getting pranked for failing to bring fruit to practice, Sacramento Kings rookie Donté Greene decided to get revenge. AMG CL63? Check. Dog Food? Check. Soy Sauce? Check. Assorted Condiments? Check. Bad idea? Double Check.
The prank originated Monday when Greene failed to fulfill his rookie duties, forgetting to bring fruit to the Sacramento Kings' morning practice. Kings veteran Bobby Jackson decided to give a rookie reminder to Greene by filling his SUV with popcorn and using whipped cream to write out, "Season Ain't Over, Rook." After seeing what happened to fellow rookie Jason Thompson earlier in the season, Greene, against his better judgment, decided he would prank back by spreading dry dog food, soy sauce and other assorted condiments all over the backside of Jackson's Mercedes AMG CL63.
Now we weren't all frat boys in college, but we do know before the hazing period is over, you do not under any circumstances return a prank to the higher-up members. You take what you're given, shut the hell up and take your internalized pain out on the next generation of Freshmen by requiring hazing activities that're more mean, more nasty and involve many more "Elephant walks." Unfortunately for Greene, he learned this lesson the hard way from an irate Jackson who gave him a closed doors
beat down pep talk.
(Hat Tips to Michael C, SKEETS!)
[via Yahoo! Sports]