The silly things some extremely rich athletes pay money for. Extravagant salaries for their entourage, high priced hookers and child support. Then there's the brilliant idea of putting 23 TV screen in your car.
That's what St. Louis Rams backup center Richie Incognito got talked into by a quick talking stero system tech.
"Incognito was having a stereo installed when the technician suggested a few TVs there, a few TVs there, TVs almost everywhere. Incognito, a 6-3, 305-pound immovable wall on the field, was a pushover at the stereo store."
He has a BMW 750, which is not a sports bar, but just a large sedan. They go from the trunk to the visors and even on the gas cap door. I just hope there's some so passing cars can at least watch whatever is on. After being excited initially, he admits he does not even turn on the TV's anymore. He even says, "Someone please steal this thing!'"
Someone will steal it if you promise not to call the police.
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