Tue. Oct 3rd, 2023
Viral 'mullet striker' breaks his golf adventure on A&E show 'My Strange Arrest'

After turning heads in the sports world earlier this year by disrupting a PGA Tour event with his unforgetable hair and (lack of) clothes, the man known to some as “The Line Mullet” has appeared on A&E’s My strange arrest on Wednesday to tell his story.

The event took place during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open in February, which many consider to be one of the biggest parties in golf in part because of the arena-like atmosphere created on the par 16 hole of the course at TPC Scottsdale.

On that hole, a 27-year-old mullet athlete named Sean Patrick McConnell ran onto the course wearing sunglasses, sneakers and a speedo, “Mac Savage” written across his chest and “the mandatory 19th hole” with a downward-pointing arrow written across the back. .

“I think it’s a good environment to put a smile on people’s faces,” McConnell said on Wednesday’s episode of The Weeknd. My strange arrest – while still wearing the same outfit.

His adventure included a dance with the flag on the number 16, a belly-flip in a pool with a swim to the Waste Management company logo, a chase with security And Police and a lot of fanfare along the way.

“They made the mistake of sending a 60-year-old man after me. This guy’s not going to catch me,” McConnell said of the first part of his streak.

Of course, the 60-year-old made way for the Scottsdale Police Department, who safely held McConnell after he finished swimming.

“All the cops were so confused about the whole thing,” he said.

McConnell was arrested for trespassing, disorderly conduct and failure to obey a legal order issued by law enforcement and was also banned from TPC Scottsdale for at least a year and had to spend the night in jail.

“I was put in a holding cell a bit in the wet suit and didn’t wear anything else,” McConnell said. “After a few hours, they finally ended up giving me a suit.”

McConnell has pleaded not guilty to all three counts and could face up to 180 days in prison if convicted. His case is pending. But on the bright side of things, the mullet maker could potentially find a new source of revenue.

“One of the best things about this whole ordeal was this suit I was wearing, and the company that made that ended up beating me and posting my full bail until I got out of jail,” McConnell said.

That company is Shinesty and their denim look swimwear is known as Daytona Dong Sarong. said the company’s CEO, Chris White They felt a “moral obligation” to help with expenses.

And while no plans for a collaboration between McConnell and Shenestie have been announced, hopefully McConnell will find more legal ways to sport his favorite look.

My strange arrest It airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on A&E.

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