Earlier today, we told you to keep your eyes peeled for an unusual story.
And here it is.
The folks at TMZ report that Seahawks receiver Golden Tate was apprehended early Saturday inside a Top Pot donut shop in Bellevue, Washington. The problem? The donut store wasn’t open for business at the time.
Per the report, Tate received a “trespass warning,” but he wasn’t arrested.
As we hear it, Tate entered the store with another person and feasted on donuts. We’re told that the folks at Top Pot opted not to press charges, which helped Tate avoid arrest.
Meanwhile, Tate boasted in April that he’d never get in any trouble.
“Being at Notre Dame, you’re used to being under the microscope, so I’m
having all eyes on me,” Tate told 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh. “Anything I do, anywhere I go. My
mother and my father
taught me what’s right and what’s wrong, so I don’t think I have a
making any tough decisions.”
Apparently, he didn’t have to make any “tough decisions” between glazed and cream-filled. He simply ate both.