DETROIT (WXYZ) - Lions star running back Reggie Bush surprised some unsuspecting Detroiters today by serving up hot dogs at the legendary Lafayette Coney Island.
Bush got down and dirty filming for a Red Bull commercial.
You can bet -- fans were surprised to see number 21 serving up coney dogs.
“I think, as athletes, I think it's an opportunity to get a chance to dive into different communities, different cultures,” Bush says. “I grew up in Southern California - so any chance I get to learn a different.. It's an opportunity that I don't want to waste and it's definitely something special, so I look forward to learning more about Detroit.”
Yesterday, Bush rushed for 78-yards and had one touchdown in the Lions’ big win over the Cleveland Browns.
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