Video: Orlando's Glen Davis Pulls His Pants Down To Protest Foul

There are all sorts of ways to protest a bad call from a referee. Yelling. Getting in the ref's face. Dropping curse words left and right. But all those ways of protesting are way too blase and boring. Glen Davis has found a new way of doing it: pulling your pants down in front of the ref.

After being called for a personal foul on an attempt at an alley-oop, Davis went over to the referee to argue and proceeded to calmly drop his pants. Luckily he was wearing black Spandex underneath, but it was still enough of a show to earn Davis a technical foul.

Considering that Tony Parker made the free throw after Davis' technical and the Magic and Spurs ended regulation tied -- the Magic proceeded to lose in overtime -- this is a good reminder to everyone out there: if you drop your pants and the other person doesn't want you to, nothing good can come of it.

Video below the jump.

Hat tip to CBS Sports for finding the video. The video cuts away as soon as Davis starts to drop his pants, but you can see it happen around the 6 second mark.

For more on the Orlando Magic, drop by SB Nation's blog on the Magic, Orlando Pinstriped Post.

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