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Gallo suffers Soul punishment

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

During a break in the Arizona Rattlers vs. Philadelphia Soul’s game at the Wells Fargo Center, the Impractical Jokers shot a punishment. Joe Gallo was the “victim” in the punishment at the Arena Football League game.

He came out to one side of the boards, closest to the Rattlers bench, along with a Soulmates cheerleader. He then began shooting clothes into the stands. It appeared like several items went into the stands from an air cannon.

Impractical Jokers (Getty Images)

Impractical Jokers (Getty Images)

When he was done shooting the clothes in the luggage container, he then dressed down and took off his own clothes. He also shot them into the stands. He walked up through the stands in his underwear.

It’s not clear what lead the best friends to pick the Soul game, but they have picked other sporting events before. Also, we do not know how many times Gallo failed to get to be the one being punished.

The team has not said when a release date would happen on TruTV. In addition, the four best friends did not stay long to give a comment, as they left before halftime to take a flight, according to Soul president Jon Adams.

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