WWE legend Scott Hall got thrown out after cursing bartender at Atlanta Airport bar

WWE legend Scott Hall got thrown out after cursing bartender at Atlanta Airport bar

WWE legend Scott Hall, famously known as Razor Ramon, failed to stay sober and got escorted out over at the Atlanta Airport after cursing a bartender. Rumors are swirling that if cops were not able to arrive on time an altercation could have taken place.

TMZ first reported on the incident that took place Saturday at the T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant and bar at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Hall was at the bar having tequila shots and booze. Witnesses account states that Hall hit on the woman bartender, cursed at her, and called her a bi**h.

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Things started to escalate when the bartender’s father, who was at the bar at the time of the incident, butted in. Hall refuse to believe that the man was the father of the bartender and the bar manager had to step in. The manager asked Hall to leave the establishment but refused to prompt a netizen to call the cops.

Officers responded to the scene and recognized Hall. They calmly shook his hands and escorted him out of the bar. The establishment did not press any charges against the WWE Hall of Famer.

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This is not the first time that Hall got into an incident wherein he got drunk and wasted. Prior to the Atlanta bar incident, Hall was also physically escorted out during a wrestling event in New Jersey in May of 2015.

Organizers of the event got disappointed with Hall, who was so wasted and could not do his job as presenter of the event at the time. Hall has battled booze and drugs abuse since early 1990.

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Hall was to host a meet and greet with fans but was too wasted. The organizers decided to escort him out but Hall refused and demanded he gets paid. Eventually, the event security was able to escort him out of the area.

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