This is hilarious
Ultimate Frisbee Team Bounced From Tournament For Not Using Soft Drugs
Spokane, WA - Team “Peace in Africa” was quickly disqualified from the District 9 Ultimate Frisbee Tournament for what is being called “a clear abuse of the rules and a lack of respect for fellow frisbee players.” It is stated in the tournament rules that each member of a team must be under the influence of a “soft drug” in order to play each game. After winning their first round game against team “Jerry’s All-Stars”, their captain, Randy Gough, filed a formal complaint with the tournament staff. “They (Peace in Africa) just plied out of their van and hopped on to the field to start warming up. I figured that maybe they hot-boxed the van on the way over, more power to them, but once we started playing, they were just tearing up and down the field, running routes, and playing great man-to-man defense. There was no way this team was doing this on soft drugs, and sure enough, at half time, I sent Mush over to see if they wanted to hit our eight-footer, Mush said they all looked at him like a Nazi. That was the straw that broke the camels back in our mind” Once this was brought to the tournament officials’ attention, they issued mandatory urine tests to all members of “Peace in Africa.” After the results were in, the team was informed that they could no longer play due to there “negative” urine results and would face a one year ban from all CA tournament play. It was not know if “Peace in Africa” would appeal the one year suspension.