Bengals defensive back Adam "Pacman" Jones is 34 years old now but continues to show his immaturity. For the first time since a January 3rd incident in which he is alleged to have pushed a man and poked him in the eye, refused to enter a police car and spat on a nurse after he was taken to jail, Jones was available for interviews. Jones, who was also seen in a police video---telling an officer, “I hope you die tomorrow,” remarkably has been supported by the Bengals organization. Monday, reporters gathered around Jones following an off-season workout and naturally, he was asked about what happened that night three months ago.
To be fair, Jones did answer a question about the support he's received from the Bengals organization. He also spoke about football related matters, but 4 minutes into the video posted below, Jones did what Jones does---lost his cool. He was asked what he might tell the fans about his incident suddenly--became angry.
“Didn’t I just tell you don’t ask me that?” Jones said. “You out the [interview]. Turn around. Go back that way. See you. Next question. That’s his last interview for the year.”
After the cameras were off and according to reports, Jones continued to shout at and berate the reporter who asked the question--and other reporters for several minutes until head coach Marvin Lewis came in later to speak with Jones.
Here's the video of the Jones interview. Again--the question that gets him upset and ends the interview is at the 4 minute mark.