What do you get when you combine a minor league baseball mascot, a sweet mullet, and a guy looking to party? One epic night that the people of Charlotte, North Carolina will not forget.

Here's how Joe Gillespie describes his night out:

So, I suited right up, walked out the door and proceeded to Hooters. I walked right up into Hooters and my buddy didn't even know it was me. I was ragin' dude.

I left Hooters and there was a big line at Tilt next door. I just said, "Yo man, can I go in?" The guy said, "No," and I was like, "Dude, You're not gonna let Homer the [effin'] mascot into your bar right now?" Then he said I could go in. There was nobody on the dance floor. I come sliding in and start getting it. I was doing all the moves you always wanted to try but are too embarrassed to.

Gillespie has been charged with two felony accounts of breaking-and-entering and larceny.

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(Charlotte Police Department)