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Despite pictures floating around the internet of Brady Quinn getting chummy with friends and dressing like the Village People, the Cleveland Browns overrated backup quarterback is being accused of yelling "faggot," among other things, at gay passersby with a group of his Neanderthal friends at a Mexican restaurant in Columbus, Ohio.
A gay patron, Seth Harris, made a 9-1-1 call to Columbus police at a.m. On the 9-1-1 call, Harris said that "Brady Quinn from the Browns" was "trying to cause a fight." Harris told the operator, "I just walked outside and he exchanged many profanities with me and called me a faggot, of course." Reached Monday by The Plain Dealer, Harris confirmed that Quinn was the person who used the slur. "It wasn't just directed at me, there were other people around, too." He said Quinn was with a "big group" of friends numbering perhaps 10, and that the quarterback "wasn't as involved as" others were in stirring up trouble.
"He was standing back and letting his friends do most of it," Harris said.