Ex-NFL player Jamal Anderson accused of exposing himself to gas station clerk

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SUWANEE, Ga. — The man responsible for the graceful touchdown dance known as The Dirty Bird is accused of something much more crude at a gas station outside Atlanta.

Jamal Anderson, a former star running back for the Atlanta Falcons, allegedly exposed himself to a store clerk during a bizarre late-night incident.

In a call to 911, the clerk says, "He first came to the counter, and he started giving me money. I was asking him, you know, 'What are you paying for?' He was just giving me money. And I couldn't really understand what he was saying."

The call continued, "That's when I seen him, you know, exposing himself. I asked him several times, 'You need to leave.' He ignored me. But he walked out on his own and then there was a customer outside that was pulling off. He was trying to force his way into their truck."

Police showed up and spoke to Anderson, who told them he'd been dropped off by friends. The clerk did not want to press charges, so police ticketed Anderson for criminal trespass instead.

The former pro-bowler is banned from the store, and he'll be arrested if he ever shows up again.


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