Baltimore radio host “Nasty” Nestor Aparicio (above, right), a longtime thorn-in-the-side of Peter Angelos, was famously described by the Washington Post‘s Leonard Shaprio as “a shameless and relentless self-promoter who really can get down and very dirty on and off the air with anyone who might happen to disagree with him”. Alas, Shapiro failed to mention that he’s an aspiring anti-semite / Latrell Sprewell impersonator as well. Dallas Sports Fans.com provides details of this morning’s brawl in Tampa, FL at what’s called “Radio Row” for Super Bowl XLIII.
Apparently, Gordon Keith went over to Nasty Nestor Aparicio with a wireless microphone to attempt to bury the hatchet between the two parties, when Nasty Nestor became angry, grabbed Gordon Keith around the throat and attempted to strangle him. The two were then separated and the police were called.
This is not the first incident between Nasty Nestor and the Ticket. In 2008, at the Super Bowl coverage, Corby Davidson went to Nasty Nestor to make peace. Nestor Aparicio began swearing at Corby Davidson and accused him of having a hidden mic, to which Corby responded, œI swear to the good Lord I do not have a microphone. Nasty Nestor then allegedly called Corby a œ(Explitive)-ing Jew.
In the latest incident, Gordon Keith did have a microphone, but it is clear from the audio that he was not trying to provoke Nasty Nestor. Keith is now considering whether or not to file charges against Nasty Nestor. Anyone who was recording the live webcast of the incident, which was broadcast on the Ticket™s webcam, is encouraged to contact the Ticket immediately.