Houston Texans: Security Guard Fired After Taking Pic With Tom Brady

Joel Williams, and Tom Brady

After the Houston Texans 34-31 loss on Sunday to the New England Patriots, Contemporary Services Corporation which is in charge of security for Reliant Stadium fired two employees for taking pictures with none other then Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

Unfortunately for these two security guards, Joel Williams and Christopher Moore, Contemporary Services Corporation or CSC, has one major rule to follow for employees during Texans games: Don’t request autographs or photos from players.

“It is strictly against CSC policy for its employees to request photos or autographs from players,” CSC wrote in a statement to KHOU. CSC stands by its decision to terminate the two employees who violated this policy.”

Williams — Twitter handle @jdwii, — proudly displays his photo as his profile picture. Williams also told KHOU he was off-duty at the time.

Williams has taken to twitter to air out his grievances and is trying to draw the attention of major media outlets to hear his side of the story.

 

Whether or not Williams was on the clock, the fact he took the picture on Reliant Stadium property is more then enough cause for his termination, not to mention Williams is wearing his name tag. You can’t help but love that smile from Brady, he beat the Texans and got two guys fired, well done.

 

Topics: Houston Texans, NFL, Tom Brady

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