Wing Bowl Legend "El Wingador" Arrested

William Simmons, better and more affectionately known as "El Wingador", has been arrested on charges of cocaine distribution, according to a report.

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Known well by many Philadelphia natives for winning the Wing Bowl most recently in 2005 when he took apart 162 chicken wings. He's a five-time champion of the contest and a local legend in the event.

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Now, Simmons has bigger problems than overeating and indigestion.

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Police arrested the 50-year-old Simmons after finding $8,000 worth of cocaine and another $4,000 in cash upon stopping him in Southern New Jersey.

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He was driving in his Kia Soul. The car was decorated with the name of "El Wingador". Hey, at least he kept a low profile right?

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After searching two homes that Simmons had a connection to, authorities say that more evidence was found in the ongoing investigation.

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Simmons is currently being held on $100,000 bond.

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