Tom Brady’s exercise in his new city was stopped. The civic chairmen of Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg, Florida, had a discussion on Monday, during which Tampa’s civic chairman, Jane Castor, uncovered that the 42-year-old quarterback was “refered to” for turning out in a recreation center that is presently shut due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“You didn’t hear this from me, however our parks are shut down, thus a great deal of our park staff, they watch around just to ensure that individuals aren’t in there with physical games and things,” Castor told Rick Kriseman, the city hall leader of St. Pete. “[A staff member] saw an individual turning out in one of our midtown parks and she headed toward reveal to him it was shut, and it was Tom Brady.”
“So he has been refered to,” Castor included, however she didn’t indicate if Brady was given a ticket or just gave an admonition.
The City of Tampa’s Twitter account shared the video cut on Monday, expressing, “Sorry @TomBrady! Our @tampaparksrec group can hardly wait to invite you and our whole network back with considerably greater grins – up to that point, remain safe and remain at home as much as possible to help level the bend.”
Brady’s exercise came around one month after the quarterback marked with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Preceding his marking, Brady played for the New England Patriots for two decades, during which time he won six Super Bowls.