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Jul
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Mike Lowell Caught Stealing


Controversy invades Fenway! Mike Lowell was caught stealing the other night, but not on the bases. This vidcap from Monday’s game shows Lowell along the 3rd base box seats swiping an unsuspecting fan’s cell phone while everyone is distracted by a foul ball.

“I always just look to see if there’s like peanuts or nachos… and no one ever on the third base side… I think they banned like nachos, peanuts and popcorn there… because no one ever eats them,” Lowell admitted under intense questioning.

But that’s not all, Lowell, who makes nearly $12 million a season wanted to try and make a quick score off this fan.

“I kinda just want to take one from them to see their reaction. I guess a cell phone could have been good. If it was his wallet it would have been better. If it was his wallet I would have kept it in my pocket until the end of the game and then I would have given it back to him. I think that one would have been good.”

That’s how identity theft happens Mike. It all starts with a millionaire baseball player stealing credit card numbers. We’re all onto you! Just because you look like you should be Zorro doesn’t mean you are allowed to steal from the people around you.

Sigh.

You’re just so damned handsome and debonair. I can’t stay mad at you. Besides, you did say it was all in fun…


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