Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is not having the easiest transition into his new city after spending 20 years in New England.
Just this past week, the 42-year-old was caught and cited by a city employee for working out in a public park in downtown Tampa because of the city’s coronavirus-related stay-at-home orders. Brady had an even more embarrassing episode earlier this month that we’re just now hearing about.
According to TMZ, on April 7, Brady had planned to visit the home of offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich when he accidentally walked into the home of his neighbor who was in the kitchen.
“I’m sitting here, and I see this big shadow come up to my front door … and I hear my doorknob turning … and I’m like, What the hell? Like, who’s coming in my house?” homeowner David Kramer told the website. “I literally was just sitting here, and I watch this tall guy walk in my house.”
Kramer had his door unlocked because he’s selling his home and had multiple people over to see his property, he said.
“And he goes, ‘How’s it going, man?'” Kramer said. “And sarcastically I’m like, ‘I don’t know. You tell me, dude.’ Like, who are you? And then he looked at me with the most confused face. I’ll never forget it for the rest of my life.
“He just goes, ‘Am I in the wrong house?!’
“I said, ‘I think so. But who are you looking for? Where are you supposed to be?’ And he said, ‘Is this Byron’s house?'”
Brady immediately apologized before darting out the door.
Hours later, Brady took to Twitter and responded to both incidents.