A contractor working in Michael Thomas' neighborhood spoke with WDSU exclusively about an alleged confrontation he had with the Saints star. We have reached out with Kenner PD for more information and have not heard back. @wdsu pic.twitter.com/UWhpsWJAQo— Eli Brand (@EliBrandTV) November 11, 2023
An all-pro wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints had to be restrained in a police car after a contractor said Michael Thomas confronted him, threw a brick at his truck, and shoved him over a parking spot.
According to Pro Football Talk, the confrontation took place on Friday evening. He was in the neighborhood overseeing a home build happening near Thomas’ residence. Thomas confronted the project manager saying his car would get a brick or a bullet if he didn’t park correctly.
Apparently, the project manager didn’t park like Thomas wanted. Thomas then came, threw a brick at the truck, and began yelling at the crew. The man then began filming Thomas flip out, when Thomas’ ire turned toward him and began to push him.
Police were called and placed Thomas in a police car. There is no confirmation if he was arrested or if he faces any charges.
The Saints say they are aware of the incident and cooperating with police.
All indications are Thomas will play on Sunday. He’s currently third on the team in receiving yards and receptions.
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