Ndamukong Suh helps rescue comedian Louie Anderson from pool
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is appearing on ABC's celebrity diving show "Splash," though he found himself in an unusual position during filming this past weekend.
|Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh came to the rescue of comedian Louie Anderson. (US Presswire)|
Another contestant on the show, comedian Louie Anderson, found himself in a rather precarious situation when he couldn't remove himself from the pool due to what's being described as "sheer exhaustion," according to TMZ. Luckily for Anderson, a 6-4, 300-pound NFL defensive lineman happened to be on hand to pull him from the pool.
Anderson is said to be fine, and he'll resume doing whatever activities are to be done on Splash immediately.
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