Before his incarnation as a 7' 450-pound professional wrestler, Big Show briefly worked as a bouncer in Philadelphia. One night, an obnoxious patron raised his hackles by calling him a host of names, ending with 'lurch,' before running off to catch a ride home. Big Show's reaction? "I pitched a little baseball in high school," he recalled, "so I winged a chocolate chip cookie at the back of his head..."
The customer promptly jumped in a waiting cab and, with Big Show on his tail, flipped him the bird, planning to make a narrow escape. Only then did the man realize that the car's driver had run inside to use the bathroom.
[Big Show, after jumping into the cab to deliver a swift pummelling, realized that his adversary was "urinating on himself" and left him alone.]