Despite no longer playing in the NBA, Dennis Rodman remains one unpredictable person. You just never know how he’s going to behave.
During a recent trip to Miami in late April, Rodman was thrown out of two ritzy restaurants for his rude and disruptive behavior, the Urban Daily reported.
According to reports, Rodman visited Joe’s Stone Crab and when he arrived, he appeared to be heavily inebriated. Rodman was spied slapping patrons on their backs as hard as he could. He also was screaming throughout the restaurant at the top of his lungs which forced the staff to call the police.
The police and star asked Dennis Rodman to leave and he complied. That wasn’t the end of his wild night.
After leaving Joe’s Stone Crab, Rodman and his crew showed up at Prime 112. His off-the-wall behavior continued.
An unidentified person at the establishment said, “He walked into the dining room with a lit cigar at 9:30 p.m. A host asked him to extinguish it, but Rodman refused and walked to the terrace and sat with a family he didn’t know. He started ordering cocktails on their tab. The family was shocked and asked him to leave.”
Before Rodman left the table, he allegedly grabbed the bottle of red wine off the table and poured himself a glass. As he passed the bar, he snatched a scotch and soda without paying.
Finally, the manager had enough of Rodman’s antics and told him and his entourage that they had to leave or they would be forced to leave. Rodman left without further incident.
Rodman played in 911 NBA games (573 started), averaging 7.3 points and 13.1 rebounds per game. He also won 5 NBA championships (2 with Detroit Pistons, three with Chicago Bulls).
Rodman had his best rebounding season with the Detroit Pistons in 91-92, when he led the league in rebounds per game, with 18.7 rpg.
He was a two-time All-Star, and won the “Defensive Player of the Year” award twice, in 89-90 and 90-91. He led the NBA in rebounds per game 7 times.Follow @exnbadotcom
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