Yes, when the Titans lost to the Chiefs on Sunday, it was a tough day for all the fans. But it may have been tougher for one man in Nashville.
Please say a 44-year-old man, Timothy Douglas, enter the barbershop on Dickerson Road with his Titans jersey on. Onlookers told police that he entered the business angry, holding his middle fingers up as he walked in the door. In fact he was so angry, presumably about the Titans loss, that he had a gun and threatened to kill workers inside the shop.
It's alleged Douglas held his gone up to one employees face and said, “I don’t play, and I’ll kill every one of you.” Then he left the barbershop.
It wasn't hard to track down for police because customers and employees recognized him as someone who frequented the place. They were even able to show cops his Facebook page to identify him. He was apprehended by police and charged with assault, gun charges, and being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. He's being held on $70,000 bail.