Found March 09, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

It's a good thing some athletes don't enjoy the year-round sunniness of the city of Detroit. Ndamukong Suh is one that doesn't. He was cited and released in his hometown of Portland, Oregon for, amongst other violations, going 91 in a 55 mph zone. The Detroit Free Press reported that

"Portland Police Bureau spokesman Lt. Robert King wrote in an e-mail to the Free Press today. Suh’s largest fine was $435 for speeding. He incurred $955 in total fines." attributed the additional $520 in fines to improperly signaling and not carrying proof of insurance.
This isn't Suh's first brush with the law behind the wheel.
On Dec. 3 in Portland, while serving his Thanksgiving Day stomp suspension, he lost control of his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS and crashed into a curb, light pole, drinking fountain and tree. No one was injured, according to the initial police report, but two women later told police they were passengers in the car with Suh and injured in the incident.

When Suh was a senior at Nebraska, he was ticketed for negligent driving after hitting and causing significant damage to three parked cars with his sports-utility vehicle in Lincoln, Neb. No one was injured, according to the Associated Press, in that incident.
The slippery slope is continuing for Suh and the rope isn't getting any longer. Is this guy going to shape up or is the headcase moniker well-deserved? It seems he's even more careless in his car than he is tackling quarterbacks.  And why is he driving a BMW when he pimps Chrysler?

Propers to IASID reader John

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