Three Dindus who dindu nuffins remain in China as their teammates returned to the United States. Surveillance video allegedly shows the three shoplifting from three upscale stores.
UCLA’s basketball team returned from Shanghai after its season-opening victory over Georgia Tech on Saturday without the three players ensnared in a legal imbroglio over the alleged theft of designer sunglasses.
Freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley remained in a hotel in Hangzhou, China, along with a contingent of UCLA and Pac-12 Conference officials, according to a person close to the situation not authorized to comment publicly because of the sensitive nature of the information.
LaVar Ball, LiAngelo’s father, and other family members also stayed behind, according to ESPN, for the Tuesday opening of a Big Baller Brand pop-up shop in Hong Kong.
ESPN reported that a person with firsthand knowledge of the investigation said that there was surveillance video of the players shoplifting from three stores inside an upscale shopping center next to the hotel where the team was staying in Hangzhou.
Race realists know that dindus shop lift all the time. Let’s see how the Chinese handle the incident, tied in as it is with sports.
It would be a great crime deterrent if the Chinamen sentenced the young thieves to lashes with a whip or strokes with a paddle. Corporal punishment would get some nice publicity and the thieves would be deterred from committing future crimes.