Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 7/27/12

Three Southern Methodist University football players were recently the targets of a home burglary, yet they are the ones who could find themselves in trouble. According to CBS 11 News in Dallas, three SMU players returned to their off-campus home on April 28 to find that someone had stolen roughly $3,000 worth of electronics. One of the players, linebacker Uchenna Nwabuike, told police he thinks the person who stole the items was a prostitute.

According to the police report, Nwabuike admitted that he made a deal with the woman to have sex with her in exchange for $50 but that “he did not pay the suspect for the acts that she performed.” He then left her alone in his home and went off to the banquet.

The university claimed they were unaware of the prostitute aspect of the story until they were approached by CBS 11 for comment. Naturally, they will be looking into the incident and Nwabuike could be facing some sort of disciplinary action.

There’s so many things wrong with this situation I don’t even know where to begin. For starters, soliciting a prostitute is a dumb move for a college athlete — let alone one who only charges $50. Something doesn’t sound right about that price. Most importantly, why would you leave a prostitute alone in your apartment after you screwed her (no pun intended) out of $50 bucks that you admit you agreed to give her? It’s not like there was an argument over the price. From the sound of it, he just chose not to pay her and then expected her to be fine with it. Somebody get this man an award.

H/T Dr. Saturday

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

PLAYERS: Uchenna Nwabuike
TEAMS: SMU Mustangs
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