Lion pees on Chad Ochocinco, NFL receiver enlists Miguel Torres for MMA training

Photo of UFC star Miguel Torres (left) with NFL great Chad Ochocinco via @Ochocinco.

I wonder who "leaked" this story.

NFL whiz kid and New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco decided to paint the town yellow this weekend with a little trip to the "Voices for Children" charity event in Miami, one that just so happened to feature a caged lion for slack-jawed onlookers.

You know, because nothing says "please help abused children" like a rabid maneater with a bladder control problem.

Maybe Simba was disappointed with Ochocinco's total yards receiving last season, or maybe he just had to take a squirt and the gridiron great was merely collateral damage.

Ochocinco vents via his official Twitter account after the jump:

Swear to lil 10 pound bearded baby Jesus I just got peed on by a real "Lion" I'm not lying either. And y'all wonder why I don't go out!!!!!

He sounds pissed.

When Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight contender Miguel Torres heard the NFL'er was in Miami, he immediately offered his services for a "real workout," one that undoubtedly includes the rigors of mixed martial arts (MMA) training. Ochocinco replied that mixing it up with Torres would be a "real honor."

Perhaps we may get to see Chad Ochocinco vs Georges St. Pierre after all.

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