T-Mobile CEO Crashes AT&T’s Party

If ever there was a time for a record scratch

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T-Mobile C.E.O. John Legere

Security guards showed a T-Mobile CEO the door after he crashed an AT&T-sponsored party at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

CNET reports that T-Mobile U.S. CEO John Legere was escorted from the premises shortly after a reporter tweeted a picture of him at the event wearing a black leather jacket. Rave reviews poured into Legere’s Twitter feed following the incident, deeming him a “bad ass” and “a total badass.”

T-Mobile, the self-styled “un-carrier,” has disrupted the mobile phone industry with its contract-free services, elimination of international roaming fees and personal taunts directed at competitors. Now it can add party fouls to the list.