Tuesday, December 2, 2014

STAR FOOTBALL PLAYER FINALLY OUT OF HOSPITAL

BRONCO BILLY MALONE, RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL EIGHT MONTHS AFTER BEING INJURED IN HISTORIC FOOTBALL GAME

BRIDGE PORT

Bronco Billy, wearing the yellow helmet
If you recall, Bronco Billy was the star quarterback of the semi pro Bridge Port Porkers, who boasted he was so good he didn't need the rest of the team.  (See original story in the OFF THE WALL news from April 8, 2014)  His opponents for the game, in which he was savagely defeated, the Newburg Bloody Hawks, quickly put an end to Bronco's "one man team".   The opening kick-off turned out to be the last play of the game, as Bronco Billy ran the kick-off out of the end zone and was immediately  gang tackled by the crazed Bloody Hawks.

After what turned out to be a five minute TV commercial break,  the officials were able to untangle the players and found a crushed Bronco Billy laying at the bottom of the pile.  He was quickly rushed to Bridge Port General Hospital and the game was declared to be over.  This move caused the stadium crowd, said to be numbered in the  thousands to become irate, booing and throwing beer bottles on the field.  Order was finally regained when a Tom Jones impersonator took the field and began singing "What's New Pussycat".

Sadly Bronco Billy Malone spent the first seven hours in the lobby of the hospital while his insurance company asked questions about his injuries.  The next five months he spent in the ICU before being moved to a room near the hospital morgue.  "He was near death" an RN told OFF THE WALL NEWS.  "So he was kept close to the morgue."  
Bronco Billy after five months in the hospital

On Monday he was well enough to be released and he left the hospital on crutches, vowing to get back on the football field to avenge his defeat.  
OFF THE WALL NEWS will be there if and when he does.

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