You probably don't want to mess with All-Pro defensive end DeMarcus Ware. The 32 year old has a reputation for being one of the fiercest players in the game, and is the Dallas Cowboys' all-time sack leader. And though he's with the Denver Broncos now, he probably doesn't take kindly to being mocked with a chant of "Go Skins," seeing as the Cowboys and Washington Redskins have one of the most intense rivalries in NFL football.
According to the Daily Dot, Ware visited Washington, D.C. last weekend and encountered a Redskins fan in a local waiter. The waiter gave Ware a good ribbing, and this was the result:
#ThingsWaitersDontDo 1) Pre-judge 2) Assume 3) Assume u gonna get a tip after you say "Go Skins" pic.twitter.com/mmbHQisdws— D-Ware (@DeMarcusWare) April 5, 2015
The backlash to Ware's prank was immediate, and fans took to social media to decry a millionaire's apparent stiffing of a barely-scraping-by service worker. Ware quickly went back on Twitter to clarify:
To everyone concerned about my last tweet - I was having fun with a fan. I did in fact tip ...I have a sense of humor and so did he.— D-Ware (@DeMarcusWare) April 6, 2015
The big man might be all business on the field, but it turns out he's got a pretty wicked sense of humor.Eater Video: Seven sushi rules you're probably breaking