"Didn't I just tell you don't ask me that?"
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was in the news once again, this time for yelling at a reporter who asked him a question about his off-season arrest!
Mere minutes into the team's first open interview opportunity of the season, Pacman lashed out at a reporter who asked if he had anything to say to Bengals fans about his arrest.
Prior to the interview, Pacman announced that he wouldn't be answering any questions about the incident in which he was arrested on charges of harassment with a bodily substance, assault, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct. He was also caught telling a police officer, "I hope you die tomorrow."
Jones entered an alcohol-related treatment program and anger management and the felony charge was dropped last month, but he was NOT trying to answer questions about it.
Here's how the brief interview played out according to ESPN,
"I know you said you were thankful for the organization. Is there anything you have to show to fans, have to prove to the fans for them to welcome you back since there were a lot of people upset with the way things went down in the offseason for you?" Jones was asked on Monday morning.
"Didn't I just tell you don't ask me that?" Jones said. "Turn around. Go back that way. Bye. See you. Next question."
Pacman then walked away but later returned and repeatedly cursed at the reporter, Joe Danneman, telling him he was banned from asking him any questions for the remainder of the season.
Check out a clip of the footage below.
I regret I'm part of the story, but I don't regret asking the questionhttps://t.co/H6VJFay5rX— Joe Danneman (@FOX19Joe) April 17, 2017