High School Football Coach Put His Penis in a Hot Dog Bun

High school football is tough. The guys just want to have fun and impress girls. Next thing they know, they’re looking at the head coach’s penis.

Jim Sharkey, the head coach at Ferris High School in Spokane, has been suspended for allegedly exposing himself to his players at a leadership camp. I feel like you could get away with this if you somehow related it to being a leader. You know, “you face to face all obstacles, even if you don’t have any pants.” Or something like that. But, that’s not what Sharkey did.

A couple of weeks after the camp, a Ferris player came forward and said that while Sharkey was grilling, he turned with his exposed penis inside a hot dog bun. Sharkey said, “You think that is a big dog – take a look at this,” according to school records that listed multiple different versions of the same quote.

He wanted the kid to eat his dick, is what I’m gathering.

Sharkey denied the allegations and was only given a written warning prior to last season after there wasn’t enough evidence to further punish him. But then Ferris High School went 5-5 on the season, and the allegations came back up. Let that be a lesson to all you high school football coaches. If you’re going to expose yourself and get away with it, make sure you have a winning record.

More people came forward claiming to witness the incident with new allegations coming to light.

A girl also complained that Sharkey called her a “puck slut” or “puck bunny,” because she was friends with Spokane Chiefs hockey players, most of whom attend Ferris.

Another football player also alleged that he knew of “four or five” times that players would gang up and dog pile a player on his birthday and they would shove their fingers up the player’s anus, something the players called “juicing.” The player also made it clear that no coaches or adults were around during those incidents.

Sharkey confessed to the first allegation.

Sharkey agreed that he had said many of the alleged comments, including calling one student a “dipshit.” He also confirmed that he shopped for U2 concert tickets on his computer during class.

Templeton noted that Sharkey laughed when asked if he called a girl a “puck bunny.” But Sharkey said Friday he didn’t laugh, but instead was exasperated. In the notes, Sharkey said the comment was “not meant to be inappropriate.”

I’ve heard teachers call students way worse things than “dipshit” and search for way worse stuff than U2 tickets during class.

That second part happens all the time during NFL games. I’m serious.

Sharkey denies that “juicing” takes place and continues to deny the hot dog incident. Maybe he should have just grilled hamburgers.

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