A Guy Named “Super Bowl” Got Arrested for Assault
HIGHLIGHTS: A 24-year-old guy in Hawaii was arrested for assault this week . . . and his first name is “Super Bowl.”
FULL STORY: I hope this sparks a new baby-naming trend where people name their kids after sporting events. How about “Kentucky Derby,” “Final Four,” or “Daytona 500?” All excellent baby names . . .
A 24-year-old guy in Honolulu was arrested for assault this week . . . and his first name is “Super Bowl.”
It’s not clear if his parents gave him the name, or if he changed it at some point. But apparently it’s his legal name, because it’s listed in his arrest report.
His full name is Super Bowl Akerise. (We think it’s ACK-uh-rize.) And his middle initial is “M.” So apparently “Bowl” isn’t his middle name. It’s part of his first name.
He got into a fight with a guy on Monday night, and threatened him with some sort of weapon. Then he threatened several other people as well.
Police arrested him the next morning. He’s facing charges for second-degree assault, and making terroristic threats.
Turns out he was also arrested two weeks ago for harassment, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest. (Hawaii News Now / Heavy) (Here’s his mugshot.)
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Originally posted on December 14th, 2018