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Canadian Super Bowl Ticket-Winner Denied Admission To U.S. For 1981 Drug Possession Conviction

By Nottheworstnews @NotTheWorstNews

CBC reports that a Canadian man in his 50′s who won tickets to the Super Bowl was denied admission to the United States, because in 1981, when he was 19 years old, he was convicted for possession of two grams of marijuana. At the time he paid a $50 fine.

3 Worse Reasons A Canadian Man With Super Bowl Tickets Could Have Missed The Game

1. Denied entry due to a Criminal Record in Canada for the real offense of alarming the Queen. It seems highly unlikely anyone would be able to alarm the Queen at the Super Bowl, unless someone phoned Buckingham Palace to say Prince Charles bet Buckingham Palace on the 49ers.

2. Thought the game was today after watching too many episodes of Monday Night Football.

3. Car navigation system could have sent him to Louisiana, Missouri.

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