Uh oh. Looks like the overlords in Brough Park have stepped in it this time. Where's Tony Soprano when you need him.
Crime kingpin Grant McIntosh threatened to torch a dog track after being chucked out. The Paisley gangster waved a broken champagne bottle at stewards after his greyhound came last in a race.
OK, first of all, what 1940's Humphrey Bogart film did this reporter just see? "Crime kingpin?" And we really hope "Paisley" is a town or something because if it has to do with what he was wearing...well...it just takes away from the whole gangster thing to be dressed up like a Ravi Shankar nightmare.
Millionaire McIntosh, known as Mr P because of his grip on his home town, was ejected from Newcastle's Brough Park last Tuesday night. The 45-year-old, who served time for drugs and violence, screamed at staff: "Do you know who I am? I'll burn this f****** place to the ground."
OK, we see the problem. This guy has too many goofy nicknames and not enough that got all the street cred if you get what we're saying. We mean, how frightened can you be of "Mr. P?" And what's with saying he'll burn down the track? Shouldn't his homies be doing stuff like that for him? He does have homies, doesn't he?
Track owners William Hill confirmed McIntosh had been thrown out. But a spokesman added: "He is welcome back because basically he's the only one that comes out here any more."
Yeah, well if you're running around in paisley trying to get all gangstery on the citizens who call you Mr. P, probably watching your dog come in last isn't the worst part of your day, huh Okie?
Okie is very resourceful, sweet, and quiet. He is shy until he gets to know you, but after he does, he will relax and enjoys cuddling. He is very active and playful when he is outside, but is very quiet when inside. As his name suggests, he has ½ a tail. Okie is a Second Chance at Life Dog from the Coldwater Prison Program. Okie needs a quiet home with well-mannered children 12 and up. He would be good in a working family home. He is good with other dogs, and would probably be happiest with another more confident dog in the home. For more information about this dog, and other rescued racing greyhounds looking for homes, go here. If you don't know about the plight of racing greyhounds go here.