According to several reports he is a 40-year-old from the United Kingdom. Not surprisingly he has a Facebook page.
"I am an activist dedicated to raising awareness of deforestation," he wrote on FB.
On Monday, he put a message on his wall that read, "Congratulations to Webb Simpson on winning the US Open and a big thank you for being a good sport!"
He also noted that no charges were filed against him.
As you know, the U.S. Open will be held at Merion next year. We'd like to warn Jungle Bird not to try a repeat of his stunt. Police around here taze unruly Phillies fans. Can you imagine what they'd do to this birdbrain?
Three Philadelphia athletes made Forbes' annual list of the top 100 highest-paid athletes in the world.
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is at No. 50, with earnings of $22 million over the last 12 months.
He also brought in about $2 million in endorsements.
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard is at No. 53 with $21.5 million. He also picked up another $1.5 million in endorsement money.
And, Roy Halladay was No. 61, with $20.6 million from the Phillies, and another $500,000 in endorsement.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. replaced Tiger Woods at the top of the list. Mayweather made $85 million, all from his in-ring pursuits. He is followed by Manny Pacquaio, who made $62 million, including $6 million in endorsements. Woods is third at $59.4 million, with a whopping $55 million in endorsements. n
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