Athlete forced to apologize after cutting in line

Aug 6, 2012, 8:53 PM | Updated: 8:54 pm

Sports are often a method of teaching responsibility and fair play, but one lacrosse coach took his teaching moment to a whole new level.

On a flight to a summer tournament, one player decided to jump into the preboarding group for younger passengers. Rather than pulling him out of line, the coach let him board the flight, but made him issue a plane-wide apology before departure.

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Athlete forced to apologize after cutting in line