Not Super: Former Dolphin Mark Duper Arrested on Child-Abuse Charge

by Greg Pollowitz

ABC 10 Miami-Ft. Lauderdale reports:

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office arrested Miami Dolphins legend Mark “Super” Duper, who investigators say punched, body slammed, and choked a teenage boy, knocking him unconscious.

Police arrested Duper, 54, Wednesday and charged him with child abuse.

According to an arrest affidavit, the incident happened Tuesday at a home in Jacksonville.

While playing video games with a friend’s children, Duper got into an argument with the victim when the boy refused to pick his hat off the floor, police say.

Duper then punched the boy in the face and slammed him to the ground several times, causing him to lose consciousness, police say.

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