posted on Feb, 10 2009 @ 09:09 AM
Having been a wrestling fan at one time, I've heard of this sort of thing happening frequently. In Superstar Billy Graham's book he wrote of often
coming out after a show to find his car vandalized by reality-challenged "fans". I also heard of a case where a judge tossed out assault charges
against a wrestler after the wrestler (can't remember who) punched a guy in the face for spitting on him, the judge saying to the effect that the guy
should have known better. But that was on the way back to the locker room.
In this case, Chris Jericho should never have left his car. He has no excuse.