I love when real life head butts entertainment television especially of the pro wrestling variety. Now, I don't ever want a guy to get popped in the dome and bleed all over, but just because of who it is, it's pretty damn funny.
Here is the link from the Herald-Sun, but i'll do you the favor of not having to register to read it...so here's the story copy & pasted....
Pro wrestler, daughter involved in dust-up in Chapel Hill
BY BETH VELLIQUETTE : The Herald-Sun
Sep 9, 2008
CHAPEL HILL -- Sounds like a script from a World Wide Wrestling event.
Father, daughter and daughter's boyfriend have a disagreement, get in a fight and before the end of the night, father is bloodied and beaten and cops haul off daughter screaming and kicking. Boyfriend walks free.
Imagine Ric Flair playing the role of the father and his daughter, Ashley Fliehr, playing the daughter.
Oh, wait, this is no script. It's real life.
Yes, folks, Ric Flair, otherwise known as Richard Morgan Fliehr, but more commonly known as Nature Boy Ric Flair, one of the greatest entertainment wrestlers of all time, was in Chapel Hill last week at the Sunstone Apartments, with his daughter, Ashley Fliehr, 22, and her boyfriend.
Police got a call about 2:30 a.m. Friday about a fight in the parking lot at 207 Connor Drive, said Lt. Kevin Gunter.
When the officers got there, they saw fresh blood on the stairway and went to investigate, Gunter said.
They found Ashley Fliehr and a 22-year-old man, whom Gunter didn't name, and Ric Flair in an apartment together. The trio had just returned from somewhere else, Gunter said.
"They ended up getting in a fight over what, we're not sure," Gunter said. "Ric Flair was the victim."
"Ric Flair is the one that received the majority of the wounds, but he refused to file charges and refused medical treatment," Gunter said.
Flair had injuries to his face and was bleeding, Gunter added.
The 22-year-old man, whom Gunter identified as Ashley Fliehr's boyfriend, was the suspect but since Flair didn't want to file charges, police didn't arrest him.
During the course of the investigation, however, Ashley Fliehr interfered with the police officers, so they charged her with resisting, delaying and obstructing a police officer, Gunter said.
As the officers took her out to the police car to take her to the police station, "she kicks Officer McKinney," Gunter said.
In professional wrestling that would likely get the crowd on its feet screaming and yelling.
In real life, however, that got Ashley Fliehr another charge -- assault on a law enforcement officer.
Alcohol was involved, Gunter said.