Courtesy of MS-NBCdotcom....Talk about going to extreme lengths to get a date....lol
PITTSBURGH - Police have flagged a man for an illegal quarterback sneak.
Authorities said Brian Jackson, 31, dated two women by pretending to be Pittsburgh Steelers quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Brian St. Pierre.
Jackson, arrested Friday, was charged with harassment for allegedly continuing to contact both women after they learned of the ruses. He was also charged with criminal mischief for allegedly ruining a Steelers jersey owned by one of the women's neighbors when he signed his worthless rendition of Roethlisberger's autograph on it. The jersey was worth $75 before it was signed, police said.
Jackson and his attorney, Paul Boas, declined comment after he was arraigned in Pittsburgh City Court and released on an unsecured bond Friday. Boas again declined comment when reached at his office. Jackson faces a preliminary hearing July 25.
The team didn't immediately return a call seeking comment.
In one of the scams, Jackson arrived at the woman's home on July 6, gave her an autographed football and pretended to be Roethlisberger, signing the neighbor's jersey, authorities said.
When she got home from their date that night, the neighbor brought her a newspaper article and told her that the man wasn't Roethlisberger.
i don't want to fight with you in private or on the forums or with anyone else on here. I want to have fun in Ohio with everyone and you asked me what I thought of you honestly i told you. It is possible I missed what you were saying I do have lots of blonde moments. Even though I clearly have red hair. The compliments were genuine. However you are not my type LOL. I most certainly do not want to have sex with you In OHIO!! LMAO J/K
I am after having fun but figuretively not literaly
Go ahead ... ask the guys ... I'm a good girl! *wink*
Well you know I am honest to a fault so here is honestly what I think of you.
You are exceedingly clever. Beautiful as evidence by your pictures. I like you as a fellow poster on here and respect the way your mind functions. What you post is generally interesting and non-redundant. Do I trust you as a close personal confident. No way! You are way too close to another MM poster I will never trust you for that reason. You asked for Honesty here it is.
Sad, but not without precedent in Pittsburgh I'm afraid ...... see below ... from 1989
Pittsburgh - AP/UPI - Police atop Mount Washington detained a pair of unidentified intermediate school youths for the savage beating of a man posing to be former Steelers QB Mark Malone.
According to police, the man was inside a white limo in the Elliott section of town, a favorite spot for sightseers overlooking the Point Fountain. Many local sports figures are also drawn to the spot for their first view of the city. The two curious youths, allegedly approached the limousine knocked on the window of the limo, hoping for a glimpse of a famed local sports figure. When the man posing as Malone, the Steelers 1980 first round pick who threw more interceptions than touchdowns in his 8 years with the team, opened the moon roof of the limo, he offered to give the youths his autograph. According to Antonio Sangermano, the limo driver and only witness, apparently when the youngsters read the fake autograph, written upon a used paper pizza plate, they clambered atop the roof of he limo, dragged the man out through the moonroof, and proceeded to pummel him until the man's cries of pain attracted the attention of Sangermano, who had been talking to a friend on his car phone at the time.
According to police, the man, who was not identified, was a dead ringer for Malone during his playing days with the Steelers. The man was treated for his injuries at Forbes Metro and is listed in stable condition. Charges against the youths are pending.