Julian Edelman Hilariously Recounted The Time He Walked In On A Naked Bill Belichick While The Coach Was Chilling In A Hot Tub

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If you’ve ever been inside the locker room at a gym (and I’m going to go out on a limb here and assume you have) you likely know all too well just how much old dudes enjoy walking around in their birthday suits and sticking a hairdryer in places a hairdryer should never be stuck.

I’ve lost count of the number of times my eyeballs have been scarred thanks to guys whose private parts have fallen victim to six or seven decades of gravity and it would appear Julian Edelman knows the feeling all too well thanks to his story about the night he encountered a buck naked Bill Belichick chilling in a hot tub at the Patriots facility.

The wide receiver recently recounted the time he had his first real interaction with the legendary coach and it’s safe to say he would have preferred they’d met under different circumstances.

Here’s a recap of the interaction via Total Pro Sports:

“I just so happen to walk by the hot tub and coach is in the hot tub.

Obviously, I came in the room to go in the hot tub. But then we made eye contact and my natural instinct was to turn around like I was gonna leave.

But then I saw that he saw that I was in there and then he got up and got out and real, real big party foul by coach. We’re supposed to have shorts on. Supposed to have shorts.

But I guess at 11 o’clock, when you’re the GOAT of coaching you go wherever you want, free—free ball. So I had to hide my absolute face of terror after seeing what I saw and sit in the hot tub.”

I wasn’t even there and I kind of want to vomit so I can’t even imagine how Edelman must have felt. There are some things you just can’t unsee and I assume Bill Belichick’s junk is one of them.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.