U.S. Open Bird-Caller Won’t Face Charges After Spoiling Webb Simpson’s Win

by NESN Staff

June 19, 2012

U.S. Open Bird-Caller Won't Face Charges After Spoiling Webb Simpson's WinStreaking? Not allowed. Bird calling? Well, that's another issue entirely.

The drunken man who jumped in front of newly crowned U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson on Sunday will not face charges, San Francisco police said Monday, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Andrew James Dudley, 40, of Wallasey, England (although his nationality was never really under question, with that hat), is off the hook because he committed no crime, the Chronicle reports.

Dudley made a variety of bird noises in front of Simpson during his post-match interview with Bob Costas, but his annoyance was not ruled illegal.

"There is no trespassing, since he had a ticket to be there," police spokesman Albie Esparza, according to the Chronicle. "All he did was go on the green of the 18th hole and make a bird noise."

Well, that's not all he did. There was the collective Internet amusement that ensued.

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