$10K donation nets hockey fan chance to use Taser on mayor
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- An Arizona Coyotes fan got to take out her frustration on the mayor behind the decision to send the hockey team packing.
KPNX-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1FSCfwn ) that disgruntled fan Ronda Pearson used a stun gun on Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers on Saturday as part of a charity pledge.
Weiers volunteered to be stunned with a Taser at the mall event if a $10,000 donation was made to an Arizona charity that supports first-responders.
Firefighters determined Weiers was not injured.
Organizers say Pearson and another Coyotes fan showed up with a $10,000 money order.
Weiers and the Glendale City Council voted Wednesday to end an arena lease agreement with the Coyotes. A judge on Friday temporarily halted its termination.
Pearson gained attention on social media for a public rant directed at Weiers.
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