— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) January 18, 2015
Maybe I am late to this story but it keeps getting weirder and weirder and, frankly, I don’t care about deflated footballs. Professional golfer Robert Allenby claimed that he was having a drink at wine bar in Hawaii after a golf tournament, and the next thing he remembered is that he was beaten and thrown in the trunk of a car, only to be saved later by a homeless women, Charade Keane, who, Allenby said, witnessed him being thrown out of the car trunk into a public park.
Needless to say, there were plenty of people that didn’t believe Allenby’s story.
Is it just me that finds this Robert Allenby story distinctly implausible…. ? — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 19, 2015
Recently, more details have surfaced that call into question Allenby’s story. The police did not find Allenby’s wounds to be consistent with an assault and have not opened a kidnapping case, although they are looking at it as assault and credit card theft. Three new witnesses have also come forward to dispute Allenby’s story. They say that Allenby was passed out in the park where he was discovered, probably falling on lava rocks and scratching his face, and…wait for it… all this after he told the witness he had just left a strip club after getting some ‘action’.
Something tells me there is more to come on the Robert Allenby kidnapping story as more surveillance footage of the area is uncovered. Regardless, even if Allenby is telling the truth, this story is far more interesting than a few deflated footballs.