How Are There Enough Hours In The Day For The Baylor Football Player Arrested On Felony Stalking Charges?
TheSportingNews- Offensive lineman Rami Hammad was arrested and charged with third-degree felony stalking on Monday, the Waco Tribune first reported .
A Baylor professor called police July 7 on Hammad, 21, after he followed his ex-girlfriend to the professor's class. The woman told police she was afraid to leave the classroom alone and asked the professor to walk with her.
Hammad was still waiting outside the classroom and followed the pair to the professor's office, where he began knocking on the door. After several attempts to contact Baylor athletics, the professor called the police. Both the professor and woman said they were concerned for their safety.
The woman said she went through "extensive measures" to keep Hammad from contacting her, including blocking his number, ignoring his messages, driving a subleased vehicle he wouldn't recognize and changing residences, according to the report.
There is good news for Rami Hammad. Even if he gets kicked out of school for being a criminally clingy ex-boyfriend, he still has the skill set necessary to navigate the busiest of schedules. Becoming a life coach may be out of the question now, but if he can stay out of handcuffs he can always fall back on a career as a secretary. Seriously, you tell me who's better at managing time then the guy that is pancaking linebackers by morning, hitting the books in the afternoon, and racking up third degree felony stalking charges by sundown? I know I can't think of anyone. I don't know where he keeps borrowing this time from, but he seems to have an endless supply of it. If I were Andy Reid I would completely ignore the fact that this guy is liable to pull a 'Swimfan' and hire him as a clock consultant as soon a possible. Efficiently running a two minute drill is like child's play to someone that has never wasted a single second in their life.
I've heard the responsibilities of student athletes equated to that of someone working two jobs and if that's true then I would suggest that Rami Hammad adds a third line to his resume, because staking out someone's entire existent is just as time consuming as going to class or playing football. The guy that might be a crazed lunatic that's so far off the reservation that he drove a former flame out of house and home. He might be a obsessively scorned lover that made her invest in an unrecognizable form of transportation out of fear. What he isn't, however, is someone that is going to miss a deadline. Need someone to draw you up a strict daily itinerary? The guy trying to bowl over a college professor's office door and kidnap the girl that broke his heart is your man! There are criminal defense attorneys whose workload seems light compared to Rami Hammad's. I suppose the easy solution to that would be to refrain from hunting down his ex like the most violent of sexual predators but I'm just here to admire how he plans his busy days, not to judge what he spends them doing.