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Shonn Greene parks in handicap spot, flees police when confronted

The former Jets running back got himself in plenty of trouble over a parking ticket.
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Shonn Greene has apparently been watching a few too many "Seinfeld" reruns.

The Titans running back got himself in real trouble over the weekend when he decided to park in a handicap spot at a public square in Franklin, Tennessee.

When a police officer approached Greene upon seeing him park his BMW in the spot, the former Jet was uncooperative with the officer's demands to see a handicap placard for his car. Mainly because he doesn't have one, probably. And is, in fact, a professional athlete.

So of course Greene hopped back in his car, gunned it and took off — almost running over the officer in the process.

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"Greene showed no regard for the parking enforcement officer's safety, or the safety of others, as he recklessly evaded the parking enforcement officer over what would have been a simple parking ticket," the Franklin Police Department said in a news release.

After the Titans were contact by police, they contacted Greene and the running back turned himself in on a warrant for his arrest.

He was charged with failure to stop/halt/frisk, reckless driving, ilegal parking and driving on a suspended license. Oh, yeah, did we not mention he wasn't even supposed to be driving in the first place because his license was suspended?

Just remember "Seinfeld" Shonn. Parking in a handicap spot never works out well.

 
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