Woman Tricked Into Picture With Arian Foster Look-a-Like, Real Arian Foster Tells Her

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As one of the best running backs in the NFL, Arian Foster garners a ton of attention from adoring fans and he’s a hit in Houston even though his team didn’t fare well in 2013. The Houston Texans‘ running back was spotted this past weekend at a bar taking a picture with one of those adoring fans, Jenni Bazard.

While this might not seem like a special occurrence in Foster’s life because fans ask for picture regularly, this time was much different and the Bazard didn’t quite get what she thought was a great picture with one of the best in the NFL.

This picture was posted to Twitter and Foster’s response was priceless:

Excuse me, ma’am, but that’s not me in the picture. Man, she must have felt so embarrassed after this happened, right? Well, all in the name of good sportsmanship, she actually embraced the mistake she made, even replying to sites that posted the story with a “I can’t believe that happened to me” line.

She even changed her picture on Twitter to the picture of fake Arian and her with the words “let’s act like this never happened” on it.

Foster was a good sport, too. He just let her know that he was grateful for the love but that it wasn’t him in the picture and she was tricked.

I guess next time she goes to the club and someone ‘famous’ tries to pick her up, she may want to ask for some type of ID.

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  • Winter Blau

    Arian has that distinctive mole on his face, which the faker does not. I guess she’s not very observant to miss that.