The guy actually has a history with drugs and physical assault. Someone on sherdog mentioned his criminal record, so I found this article: Knowing this, does it really seem so far-fetched that he was on drugs that day? Or that his story on why he approached them in the first place was just another lie? Isn't it likely that Rocky and his people immediately noticed his state of mind, which is why they didn't want to be anywhere near him?He didn't throw the headphones at him, he smashed them on his head. Not too surprising, when you look at his criminal record. I just don't understand why some people keep treating him like some poor, innocent soul who had his life ruined by Rocky. He is clearly dangerous and just happened to mess with the wrong people this time.Actually, I did. Seems like you only skimmed it, though. How else could you have missed the picture on page 58 (52 on paper) at 21:40:57. You can see the bodyguard's arm and the alleged victim. He is clearly telling him to get lost. This was before it got physical. Headphone boy walks away only to come back a couple of minutes later. He just wouldn't leave them alone, no matter how often they told him to piss off.On that we can agree.