Meeting a former Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Shaquille O’Neal during Shirley’s Country Kitchen on Friday was an early birthday benefaction for Sgt. Everette Brockington of a Troup County Sheriff’s Office.
“He only stopped to get some gas and changed on adult 85,” pronounced Brockington, who will spin 51 on Sunday.
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The grill is located on Whitesville Road nearby Interstate 85, a renouned mark for law enforcement. The sergeant pronounced he and dual other deputies were on a late lunch mangle when a waitress walked over to get something out of storage and mentioned Shaquille was in a building.
“Me and dual other deputies privileged a list for him,” Brockington said. “I pronounced Superman. That will never occur again in my lifetime.”
Brockington is an Atlanta fan though has always been lustful of Shaquille given of his mother, Martha Lee Brockington, a revolutionary Lakers fan. “When we told her we met Shaq, her favorite player, she roughly had a fit,” he said. “She loves a approach Shaq respected his mother. She has been a revolutionary fan ever since.”
Shaquille was common during a encounter. “We walked in there and he pronounced alright y’all got me,” a emissary pronounced of a former NBA star.
O’Neal won 4 NBA championships, 3 with a Lakers and one with Miami Heat during his shining career.