Temple's Khalif Wyatt Arrested in Atlantic City During Prostitution Bust
Be careful where and when you practice YOLO, because you may just get arrested for soliciting an undercover police officer.
Give me a second to bring you up to speed on a 21st birthday party, an overzealous Temple basketball player and a cop that posed as a prostitute.
Temple University's Khalif Wyatt was arrested over the weekend in Atlantic City, according to CSN Philly. I will let them handle the specifics on this classic tale of a young man being immensely immature:
The law enforcement official said Wyatt allegedly solicited an undercover officer posing as a prostitute and was apprehended after attempting to flee the scene.
Wyatt was taken into custody early on Sunday morning near the intersection of Montpelier Avenue and Pacific Avenue and charged with engaging in prostitution and resisting arrest.
Not only did the Second Team All-Atlantic 10 player get popped for trying to pick up a prostitute, but he tried to flee the scene.
That's foolish with a side of stupid.
The story gets a little more intriguing, as most do nowadays, when it is peppered with the heavy hand of Twitter.
Here is a tweet that was shared among friends that Khalif decided to retweet and comment on. The feed seems to be deleted, but the picture still remains over at SportsGrid.
YOLO, for those uninitiated, means, "you only live once."
Well, it's best not to spend any amount of that life behind bars.
Just a thought.
Wyatt will be entering his senior season after averaging 17.1 points per game as a junior. The obvious point is that he is set to be a major part of the Owls' offense next season.
The sky is the limit for him if he can just stay away from these types of headlines. Of course, we know these things are never that simple when it comes to athletes.
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