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NFL Free Agent RB with Different Run-ins with the Legislation Pees Himself During Pizza Hut Meltdown (VIDEO)

Recently released video showing the January arrest of released Miami Dolphins running back Mark Walton, 24, shows him arguing with police and employees at a Pizza Hut place. The problem escalated to Walton supposedly attacking a man he identified as his own cousin. The free agent pro football player urinated on himself while still in handcuffs.
“I need to pee,” he said. “I need to pee. I’m peeing right now. You see it?”
Walton was detained on January 31. At the time of the episode, he had supposedly attempted to smash a window at a Pizza Hut, and attacked a cousin who had been attempting to restrain him.
As observed on the recently released body cam footage, police walked in on the defendant arguing with employees through an intercom system. He told cops he had difficulty with making an order through shipping. The company canceled on him, but the real problem was one of those employees called him a”f– n–a.”
“This is a company,” Walton informed the officer into his variant of occasion. “You do not treat no customer like this.”
The cop proposed submitting a complaint.
“I am. “I really don’t understand exactly what they called you . I never known you.”
He continued to argue with a female worker during the intercom. The girl claimed he tried to break the window.
“Move pull the camera,” he said.
The officer tried to talk him down, but Walton was adamant about fixing the issue on his conditions.
“You know who you are speaking to?” The defendant informed the officer, whose body cam provided the footage .
This instantly ticked the officer, who also told the former NFL player he had been trespassing.
“I predicted,” Walton said.
Police attempted to convince him all he needed to get a complaint was the location address. Walton remained visibly heated.
At this point, a person later identified as Walton’s cousin attempted to intervene.
“You good, bro,” the defendant explained. “You good”
Police finally insisted about the trespassing issue. Walton insisted on shaking the hands of another cop he had been contending , but the officer refused. The suspect’s cousin pulled him away.
That was the end of the story. As seen in the video, police found the two men at a nearby parking lot. The cousin was on the ground; one of those officers noted he was also bleeding. Police accused Walton of punching the sufferer on the surface.
The defendant denied wrongdoing, insisting his cousin grabbed him and fell on the ground.
“I left with no store number,” he said.
“As you are acting out like a fool,” the officer yelled.
“Because I’m trying to calm down,” Walton said.
This is not Walton’s first run-in with the law. He had been arrested four times in 2019, one of which entailed him assaulting his recently pregnant girlfriend. Walton was seen jumping because he left jail before media cameras.

The aggravated battery charged against him has been dropped from May 2020, but his latest team, the Miami Dolphins, had released him over the episode.
[Screengrab through TMZ Sports]
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