A New Jersey man got ridiculously famous for 15 minutes after telling a long story. Peter Perrotta of Maple Shade WFAN in New York was summoned to claim that Nick Siriani threatened to fight him for wearing a New York Giants hat.
The story went viral on Friday and the Philadelphia Eagles were forced to comment on its veracity via reporters. The head coach was “breaking his pieces”, according to him Rob Maadi from The Associated Press. Yes, Sirianni already told Perrotta that he had a problem with the cap on his head but that’s where the interaction ended. Siriani was joking with a fan of a rival team on a tennis court in Haddonfield, New Jersey. And he has every right to do so.
But that didn’t stop the self-proclaimed Perrotta “Award-Winning Journalist” — to keep lying going while appearing on SportsRadio 94WIP in Philly. jump with John Marks and Ike Reese To double down on the confrontation, adding that Siriani had taken “two threatening steps” towards him.
“It’s a nice, quiet day in Haddonfield Park. I’m about to serve when he goes ‘Hey, hi’ and then takes two menacing steps toward me,” Perrotta said. He said, ‘Hey, I have a problem with what you’re wearing. I said to him, “Look, brother, I’m from the Bronx.” I said if you want to come here, you can and then he said, “Okay and your coach is so bad.” And he said that three times and then I said, “Listen, that’s not his sixth grade bro. I told him that twice and then he stopped.”
interesting. Marks and Reese were laughing out loud, trying to absorb Perrotta’s imagination. Then they finally came to the truth when they asked him if he really felt threatened.
“No, I never felt threatened,” Perrotta said. “You’re wrong, though. I didn’t say I felt threatened by him [in the first place]. You put those words into the story.”
When asked again if he felt threatened, Perrotta said: “A little.”
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