Airport employee attacks National Football League free agent Adam 'Pac Man' Jones

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An altercation Tuesday night at Hartsfield Airport resulted in facility employee Frank Ragin being charged with two counts of battery after he exchanged words with Jones and aggressively pursued the 11-year National Football League veteran.

It's unclear was provoked the incident, but cops detailed that Ragin allegedly "made a gesture towards Adam Jones".

Jones can be seen calling Ragin out following the gesture, but it's Ragin who makes the first move. He says Ragin was the aggressor and Jones defended himself. Ragin was arrested on two counts of battery and taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for injuries.

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Ragin allegedly punched Jones, injuring his face, and allegedly struck Jones' unidentified companion, injuring her hand, the AJC reported. According to a report from TMZ, Jones landed Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport when a fight broke out.

TMZ Sports obtained the video, which shows the airport employee verbally accosting and then physically attacking Jones.

He has also played for the Dallas Cowboys and recently ended an eight-year stint with the Cincinnati Bengals, during which time his run-ins with the law decreased significantly. Jones is then held back from punching him further. He missed the entire 2007 season for numerous violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy, including his involvement in a strip-club fight that left a man paralyzed.

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