What a terrible way to cap off the night.
For the sake of Cardinals’ fans, hopefully Marquis Bundy is better at catching the ball than he is at realizing he’s catching a break.
Despite Scottsdale police officers trying to reason with the apparently apparel-focused wide receiver, telling him he’s being recorded by a body camera and that he’s "acting like a fool right now," Bundy refused to drop his outrage over allegedly having his hat stolen at a local nightclub around 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
As reported by TMZ Sports, Bundy’s dome-covering-based diatribe included such valid arguments as: "The man took my hat," "They need to give my hat back," "They acted like they did not know where my hat was. It disappeared out of thin air. That is not OK," and "I wanted to know where my hat was."
Finally, after being warned by police to "go away or you’re going to jail," the befuddled footballer got arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct and failure to obey a police officer.
"We’ve told you for like the 30th time, we have no idea where your hat is," said one of the officers. "We told you to go home, man, we gave you every opportunity to just walk away from us."
Bundy was released shortly after being taken into custody and getting fingerprinted while a Cardinals spokesperson told Arizona Sports, "The matter was referred to the NFL office in New York as required under the league’s Personal Conduct Policy and we are deferring to them on it."