Surely, once the illicit new owner(s) of this batch of stolen merchandise reads Bill Dwyre’s LA Times column, this blog mention or any of the other online media pick-ups, he-she-they will come to their senses and return what amounts to the bulk of tennis great Pete Sampras’ legacy.
The good news is that only one of Pete’s 14 Grand Slam title trophies was in the West Hollywood storage facility burglarized before Thanksgiving. The bad news is that almost everything else was.
“I was like, ‘What?’” Sampras said. “I thought there were security cameras. I thought these things were locked up tight. I was shocked.”