Have you ever done the total Internet, phone, and social media blackout, because you couldn't watch a game live, but you didn't want the ending spoiled? Here's the WORST way that can end.
--Last week, 32-year-old Dan Drobac of Eagan, Minnesota recorded a University of Minnesota men's basketball game. Based on the schedule, it must've been the game last Tuesday between Minnesota and the University of Nebraska.
--By Friday, he STILL hadn't gotten around to watching . . . and, somehow, he'd still avoided spoilers. Until a utility worker outside his house started listening to a sports-talk radio show, where the hosts mentioned the game's outcome. And Dan heard it.
--So he responded by threatening to KILL the worker . . . then barricaded himself inside his house. A SWAT team had to be called in, and the cops eventually went inside . . . but they didn't find any guns. Dan's been charged with felony terroristic threats.
--By the way, Minnesota beat Nebraska 84-to-65. Let's hope that didn't spoil it for you. And if it did, please refrain from causing a police standoff.