Auburn-Alabama Fans Wanted For Child Support, Tricked With Football Tickets, Arrested

It's the gift that keeps on giving. Alabama and Auburn fans with outstanding warrants for not paying child support were sent letters informing them that they'd won Iron Bowl tickets. guessed it, that victory came with a catch. As the cameras rolled and festive music blared in the background -- 104.5's George Plaster bump music, The Blackeyed Peas, really?-- Auburn and Alabama fans went down.

It's really must watch television and we've linked it below. I'm not going to lie, I thought there was a pretty decent chance one of my death threateners might show up in arrest list.

Of course, it does raise the question -- if you know the addresses of the child support skippers, why couldn't you just go to the house and arrest them there? But, nevermind, this is much more fun.

Welcome to Operation Iron Snare.

"Do I still get my tickets?" is my favorite line.

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