Harvey Updyke Ejected From SEC Softball Tournament, Led Away By Police

On Friday, world-famous Alabama Crimson Tide fan and tree-poisoner Harvey Updyke was ejected from an SEC softball tournament on the University of Alabama campus. This turn of events was first reported to us by Brian Rice, who was in attendance at the tournament. Updyke was led away by police. You can see photos after the jump.

Rice obtained this photo of the police speaking with Updyke:

And this photo of Updyke being placed in the police cruiser:

Alabama has released the following statement regarding Updyke's ejection:

"Mr. Harvey Updyke was asked by University of Alabama officials to leave today's softball game and he complied. Several months ago, the University issued a formal directive to Mr. Updyke stating that he is not to come to the University of Alabama campus. Mr. Updyke has no affiliation with the University of Alabama and does not represent the institution in any way. The University of Alabama will have no further statement on this matter."

Understandable that Alabama would want to distance themselves from any association with Updyke.

For all news and information regarding the Alabama Crimson Tide, please visit Roll Bama Roll.

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