Longmont's Jason Kay thought relabeling Gatorade bottles with a photo of Tiger Woods and his wife Elin and the word "Unfaithful" was such a great idea that he even suggested that Pepsi, Gatorade's parent company, finance his art project.
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Even though the gag made worldwide headlines, Pepsi execs didn't see this as a good investment -- and in February, Kay was charged with one count of adulteration and removal of the labeling of a food while held for sale. Today, he was sentenced to two-years probation and a $1,000 fine.
The latest release about Kay from the U.S. Attorneys Office makes no mention about whether this stunt was funny or not. Instead, it touches on how Kay's label-switching made it seem as if a certain Gatorade product contained Vitamin C when it doesn't. He's lucky he didn't receive the death penalty for that. Get more details below:More »