But it has nothing to do with the Phillies. Is it just me, or does it seem like we have a lot of police-related stories lately?
As you may already know, last week, Allen Iverson was pulled over in his Lamborghini. CNN obtained the police report:
With that, Iverson became "irate," according to the police report, saying, "I'm the (expletive) passenger." The officer radioed for backup, and a second unit arrived, according to the report. Clisby and Iverson were asked to exit the vehicle, while Iverson continued to curse at the officer, the report said.
When police scanned the identification number of the vehicle, which belongs to Iverson, it was found to have tags that expired in 2009. Iverson, former MVP for the Philadelphia 76ers, was told his car would be towed.
"Take the vehicle, I have 10 more," Iverson said, according to the report. "Police don't have anything else (expletive) to do except (expletive) with me." He then asked, "Do you know who I am?"
Ah yes, the famous "Do you know who I am?" line. A first, for sure. Let's not stop there, however:
Iverson then said, "I make more money than you will in 10 years," according to the report.
Clisby, the driver, asked the officers, "Would you want to pay $10,000 for a tag?" the report said.
No police officer rant would be complete without bringing the officer's socioeconomic status into play.
The report said Iverson later returned and apologized.