So two-time Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum walks into a bar...
"Once upon a time — but not too long ago — a funny thing happened at the lounge at Michael Mina. San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito was hanging out at the ritzy, upscale restaurant bar. He was dressed well — the norm at a place like Michael Mina.
Suddenly, in strolls fellow Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum to join Zito. Thing is, the long-haired, baby-faced Lincecum was decked out in very casual (‘skater’) attire that was, well, out-of-place at the formal St. Francis spot.
Only he didn’t make it to Zito. Not recognizing the two-time Cy Young award winner, a restaurant manager/staffer politely cut off Lincecum, saying something along the lines of:
'I’m sorry, please don’t bother Mr. Zito. No autographs tonight.'”
127. R. Kelly concentrated his time on a simulated sex skit involving a “ménage a trois” inside a cage. R. Kelly also rehearsed a skit involving simulated text messaging with a female audience member. That skit concerned the audience member’s age, inappropriately prompting reminders of R. Kelly’s criminal matter involving an underage girl.
143. [After leaving the stage in a rage], R. Kelly returned to the stage, bowed to the audience, changed his outfit, hopped onto a waiting “People Mover,” and left the venue before the concert was completed. The entire incident appeared on video screens in the arena. R. Kelly then went to a local McDonald’s where he began serving food to patrons through the drive-thru. The concert’s grand finale could not be performed in his absence.
145. On October 29, 2004 Jay-Z and R. Kelly appeared at the Garden for the first of three scheduled concerts. However, that evening became R. Kelly’s final curtain call. Stating that he observed two men at separate times brandishing firearms, R. Kelly announced to the audience that he could not continue his performance. He threw his mike to the ground and exited the stage while crying hysterically.
"R. Kelly then went to a local McDonald’s where he began serving food to patrons through the drive-thru."