The Best Aldon Smith Memes On Twitter

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith is a troubled man with a history of legal trouble since entering the NFL. Smith was arrested Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport for making a false bomb threat continuing his legal woes.

Aldon Smith received the Greg Focker treatment from security.

You can’t say bomb on an airplane.

Or at an airport.

Aldon Smith allegedly told TSA agents at LAX that he was in possession of a bomb. According to a statement released by the LAPD Smith was:

“Belligerent and uncooperative with the process and with the TSA agent, making a comment indicating that he was in possession of a bomb before proceeding towards the gate area.”

When you combine Smith’s size (6’4 258), uncooperativenesss and the terroristic threat, you get the perfect mixture for an arrest. That’s just what happened. Here’s what it looked like to concerned citizens on the scene.

Football fans can be rough on athletes who get in trouble with the law. Twitter has proved this much in the 24 hours since the bizarre story hit social media.

Here are the best Aldon Smith memes on Twitter:

If there’s one rule of meme creation it’s to immediately duplicate a Dos Equis commercial. I laugh every time.

49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was tied to sexual assault allegation last week that he emphatically denied on social media.

Smith’s arrest was the second time the team was in the news for all the wrong reasons. It seems every off-season at least one NFL team has a slew of player arrests.

Jim Harbaugh is known as a yeller and he can’t be happy with his talented defender. Since January of 2012 Aldon Smith has racked up two DUI’s, felony weapons charges and now the bomb threat. In most professions you could lose your job for ringing up that kind of rap sheet.

Hopefully Aldon Smith gets the help he needs soon.

Easier said than done.

…..and finally in support of “my” Meet the Parents analogy earlier, a tip of the hat to the meme community.

You beat me to it.

[Image Credit:Mike Morbeck]

Pete Myers

Pete Myers is a father, writer and small business owner who lives in Des Moines. Pete is an advocate for veterans groups that seek to improve awareness of PTSD and reduce suicide rates among returning Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans. In his spare time he lives, breathes and eats sports.


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