Jack Evans has shown the “aftermath” of a burglar breaking into his neighbour’s apartment, showing the culprit severely beaten.
The former Hardy Family Office member took to social media to explain the dangers of breaking into people’s apartments – by photographing someone who’d done just that.
Jack Evans posted a picture of the culprit with a blood-stained t-shirt, a busted nose, and a black eye, among other blemishes to the face and body. He did so alongside the caption (sensitive content below):
“The aftermath of breaking into my neighbor’s apartment.”
The aftermath of breaking into my neighbor's apartment. pic.twitter.com/04bTR2AtL4
— Jack Evans (@JackEvans711) July 24, 2022
Criticism has come Jack Evans’ way for his handling of the situation to the man in question being under the age of 18-years-old. Evans’ brutal handling of the situation has been slammed, irrelevant of the situation.
The high-flyer was announced as being an AEW signee in May 2019, just two weeks before the inaugural Double or Nothing. He joined the Tony Khan-helmed promotion alongside Angelico, with the duo being renamed to The Hybrid2 and remaining a constant lower-card fixture in the doubles division until Evans’ departure.
Jack Evans confirmed that his contract would expire at the end of April, with his final match in the company occurring on 5 February as he lost to Dante Martin in a match aired 1 March. He’s since competed for Game Changer Wrestling, PROGRESS Wrestling, and VxS Wrestling, most recently wrestling Colby Corino in the middle of July.