Found August 19, 2012 on The Juicy Online:

It was a prank Jason Pierre-Paul had waiting for fellow N.Y. Giants teammate Prince Amukamara, as Paul dumped Amukamara into a tub filled with cold water.

The prank could land the two men in some hot water with their head coach Tom Coughlin.
N.Y. Daily News is reporting that Coughlin is disappointed that the video was released, which went viral shortly afterwards after fellow punter Steve Weatherford posted the video on his Twitter page.

The video has seen a backlash from those in the football community.
The funny this is that Youtube has taken down one copy of the video citing that the site's policy of not allowing videos, which shows harass or bullying, onto their site.

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