UAAP: Papi Sarr detained, may face charges after threatening Adamson official
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Adamson Soaring Falcons center Papi Sarr apologized following a mistake he made which led to his detention on Thursday, March 5.
Sarr, according to a report, threatened Adamson sports director Fr. Aldrin Suan after Suan handed Sarr a dismissal letter.
According to the school’s official publication, Sarr was removed from the team because of unexplained absences on top of misbehavior.
After Sarr received the letter, he became enraged and made physical contact with Suan, before threatening him.
The report stated that Sarr has been detained at the Manila Police District Station and may face charges for his actions.
The 6-foot-6 Cameroonian center then issued a public apology on his social account.
“I would like to apologize to you all for this unfortunate event,” wrote Sarr. “Those of you who (know) me personally know that it was not intentional … It is never my intention to be disrespectful to the priests, to my team and to you all. Raising my voice due to emotion and throwing the letter that I (received) this morning was unsportsmanlike…”
Sarr missed UAAP Season 82 but still has one year of playing eligibility left.
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