25-year-old, Dennis Harrison, who was allegedly paid by Bill Belichick to pull a false fire alarm so the Pittsburgh Steelers would not get a proper sleep did not snitch when he stood before a judge in East Boston Municipal Court on Monday.
Harrison did not snitch to the cope when he was caught right after pulling the alarm either. When he was questioned by the police, he simply told them, “I am drunk. I am stupid. I am a Patriots fan.”
The word on the street is that the stunt was just another one of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady’s cheating ideas to win at the game of football. Lie many before, this most recent cheating method worked as the Patriots were able to defeat a tired and Sleep Steelers team 36-17, in the AFC Championship game.
Harrison pleaded not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and setting off a false fire alarm. He was released on personal recognizance.
Pittsburgh spent the night before the game at the Boston Hilton Logan Airport Hotel (most Patriots’ opponents fly into T.F. Greene Airport in Rhode Island and stay in Providence); according to the police report filed in court, Harrison spent Saturday night at a housewarming party in nearby Revere, where he was approached by an agent of Bill Belichick and was paid a large sum of cash to set off the alarm.
According to State Police, one of Harrison’s friends drove him to the hotel; Harrison entered the hotel, which is on airport property, through the main entrance and walked to the second floor, pulling the nearest alarm.
He ran out of the hotel and toward his car, but not only was his friend gone, so were his car keys.
Harrison began walking away from the hotel, but was stopped by State Police. Allegedly, he initially told them he was waiting for an Uber ride, but after a little more questioning admitted he had pulled the prank, rudely rustling the Steelers from their slumber.
“Harrison informed me that he knowingly and willingly activated the fire alarm system with the sole purpose of attempting to disrupt the Pittsburgh Steelers football team,” Massachusetts State Trooper Bryan Erickson wrote in a report.
Head of the NFL, Roger Goodell, has yet to announce whether or not the NFL will investigate this latest travesty.