Hurlbut pleaded guilty to public drunkenness
CALGARY, Alberta -- A man who climbed naked over the glass at a Calgary Flames hockey game, then tumbled onto the ice and knocked himself out pleaded guilty Wednesday to public drunkenness.
Judge Cheryl Daniel ordered Tim Hurlbut, 21, to donate $1,650 to charity and perform 35 hours of community service. He also must undergo alcohol counseling.
The judge criticized Hurlbut for what she called a "pathetic
spectacle of yourself splayed naked on the ice for six minutes
until you ...
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