LA’s Fire Chief Makes Good On Super Bowl Bet With Boston
The chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department spent yesterday working in a New England Patriots jersey, one of several debts he had to make good because the LA Rams' lost to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.
Chiefs of Boston and Los Angeles fire departments made a friendly wager before the game that the Chief of the losing team would have to wear the winning team's jersey for the day on Tuesday as well as fly the winning team's flag not only at the fire station, but also on a truck! The Chief wore a Brandon Cooks jersey. Cooks played for the Patriots before going to the Rams so he found a loophole on this one.
Yesterday LAFD Chief Ralph Terrazas sent a tweet that said, "I never forget to pay my debts," followed by video proof that he's a man of his word.
But this wasn't just a quick video showing him in a Patriots jersey and a Pats flag in a firetruck, this video seems to be professionally made proving that LAFD's fire Chief has a sense of humor. But the video is not without a little Rams love at the very end.