Breaking the law

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From trespassing, to assaulting another superstar's property and theft, there's been a lot of "illegal" stuff done during WWE stories that for some reason gets settled in matches. :reignshigh:

What are some of your favorite moments or segments that involved wild stuff that would be considered illegal? Think mine is when Rikishi attempted manslaughter and then just fought the dude he ran over in the ring lol. :kishi: :austin2:
 

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Rikishi trying to kill Austin as well just because it became a great meme on the IWC.
 

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Didn't Kane throw Shane-o into a dumpster fire. Damn the days
 

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No one is going to bring up when Triple H raped a corpse...okay?
 

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My favorite wasn't a storyline, but it was hilarious. There was a time in the 1980s when the Iron Sheikh needed a ride to the next show, so he caught a ride with Hacksaw Jim Duggan. This was during a time when Kayfabe was still huge in wrestling, so this was a big no no. Anyway, they get pulled over and arrested for possession of Marijuana and Cocaine. Well, Duggan just got the Mary Jane charge and the Iron one got popped for the powder. So they are taken to the police station and are released after paying their bond. After they are dropped off at their vehicle, they decide they have enough time to get to the show. Vince was very upset to say the least. Hacksaw was said to be in line for a huge push, even as a possible replacement for Hulk, so this is the primary reason that got scrapped.

Also the time Doctor Scholtz slapped the piss out of the reporter who asked if wrestling was fake was also hilarious. It sucks WWE didn't have his back with this and released him afterwards. It was a sugar coated release, "Hey pal, why don't you go to Japan for a while until the heat dies down". Guess who never got called back? Shame on him for protecting the business.