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Santa Chad

Posted Dec 24, 2009

Posted: 12:15 p.m.

It cost Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco $20,000 when he "offered" an official a dollar bill last month. What will 2,000 dollar bills cost him?

We may find out. The Ocho revealed Thursday that if he scores a touchdown against the Chiefs on Sunday he'll throw a pinata into the stands filled with 2,000 dollar bills. Since it will be behind the bench and not in the end zone, he won't cost the team 15 yards. And, he says, since he won't take it into the bench area, he doesn't think the NFL can fine him, either.

"That's what happened with the sombrero and pancho," he said of the $30,000 fine earlier this month. "It's just going to be there. That's my story."

"That's my gift for Christmas," he said. 

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