Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Thursday, 23 May 2013

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Chad Ochocinco in the back of a FLPD squad car on his way to jail.

FT. LAUDERDALE, Florida - Chad Johnson, or Chad Ochocinco as he is known in the wide, wide world of sports, was arrested by the FLPD.

According to Sporting Chance Magazine, Ochocinco was handcuffed after a neighbor reported that he had been playing hip hop rap music extremely loud at 3:13 a.m.

The neighbor, identified as LaKundeesha Shavetta Franklin, said that she had told the former Miami Dolphins wide receiver that he needed to turn down his loud music because it was interfering with her and her boyfriend's lovemaking.

Ochocinco reportedly told her to put in some earplugs or else simply go to sleep like every other normal person was doing at 3 in the morning.

Miss Franklin, who was dressed in a pink baby doll see thru gown, stated that she told him that if he did not turn the music down she was going to take his iPod player and shove it in his boxer shorts.

Franklin said that at that point Ochocinco shot both fingers at her and told her to stop acting like that evil, demonic witch Omarosa.

Well that really pissed her off and that is when she called the police who showed up in four minutes and hauled Mr. "85" off to jail.

SIDENOTE: Chad Ochocinco has said that when he gets out he is going to buy a pit bull and pay Miss LaKundeesha Shavetta a little visit.

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