The Miami Dolphins are deciding what to do with Richie Incognito after he was exposed as a vicious bully in the Ted Wells’ Report, but the offensive lineman is dealing with street justice in the meantime. While Incognito has refuted the claims in the Wells Report, and a clause in the new CBA may prevent the Dolphins from further punishing Incognito, someone decided to take the law into their own hands and dole out some street vengeance on Incognito.
According to TMZ, someone smashed up the lineman’s Ferrari outside of his home in Arizona.
"Sources tell TMZ Sports … Richie’s neighbors first noticed the car had been attacked on Wednesday afternoon.You can see a baseball bat lying in front of the car … with a piece of the bat stuck in the grill. There are also red shirts hanging from the car — we’re told they have Incognito’s name written on them."
So far there aren’t any lead in the case but Incognito seems to be getting a taste of his own medicine. No one is endorsing the public bullying of an alleged bully, but it’s clear that Incognito isn’t going to be dealing with this bullying scandal on just the football field — assuming he ever steps on one again. .