TMZ- TMZ Sports obtained a police report in which cops say they spoke with several witnesses who claim 24-year-old Randle attended a housewarming party in Wichita, KS on Feb. 21st and played a game of beer pong.
But an argument broke out about who won the match -- with Randle pushing the opposing player onto the balcony of the home. The other man apologized and the situation was briefly diffused.
Randle then went downstairs and continued acting aggressive -- so the party hosts asked him to leave.
Instead, cops say Randle ran back upstairs and attacked party guests -- until several people wrangled Randle and literally pushed him out of the home.
One of the hosts followed Randle outside and asked him to leave -- instead, Randle got in the car and punched it in his direction ... striking the man at somewhere between 20 and 30 mph.
The man was thrown over the top of the car. When others came to assist the victim Randle struck again ... hitting 2 more people.
Randle was eventually arrested and hit with a slew of charges including aggravated battery, threats, possession of marijuana and interfering with law enforcement.
We can sit here and discuss the aggravated assault, or the repeated threats, or the possession of marijuana, or the interference with law enforcement. Every last one of those charges is worthy of their own headline. With that said, let's not forget what was responsible for enabling Joseph Randle to behave this way, and that is the homeowner's failure to establish house rules.
Now I know there is a lot that goes into purchasing a home, and having an agreed upon set of beer pong guidelines shouldn't be a priority. However, if you are throwing a housewarming party complete with balcony beirut then it is a pretty significant obligation. I don't want to blame the host, but none of this was possible without his/her/their inability to properly officiate a game that almost always ends in animosity. If Joseph Randle is not only on your guest list, but up next on the beer pong list then you should know that you better clear the air of any uncertainly before ball meets cup. My parents always used tell me that I was responsible for the actions of my company, and if Joseph Randle - the guy who risked his NFL career to steal underwear and cheap cologne - is your company then you better mingle with one eye permanently affixed to his whereabouts. I'm not saying a failure to will always end in attempted vehicular homicide, but it certainly became a possibility once he received his invite.
If there's no bouncing allowed then you better tell Joseph Randle before he bounces in a game winning shot. If dudes aren't allowed to blow then you better write that shit out in blood and make sure Joseph Randle gets the original copy. I have to imagine that every rule, regulation or law that he has ever broken was a direct result of negligence in it's enforcement, and this is no different.