Wedding season got the best of former Raiders and current Buccaneers wideout Louis Murphy.
The 29-year-old NFL pass catcher woke up early Saturday morning locked in Flagler Museum, according to a Palm Beach Police report, via the Tampa Bay Times.
Murphy had been drinking, according to the report, after attending the wedding of a Florida Gators teammate and current Ravens receiver Deonte Thompson.
Murphy told police he had been drinking, and went to the museum's courtyard and fell asleep on the stairs.
"When he woke up, everyone was gone, and the doors were locked," according to the police report. The receiver then "got nervous and broke the glass on one of the doors in order to unlock it."
Murphy caused $1,000 in damages. Police arrived at 1:12am ET. He was not charged with any crime.
Murphy on Wednesday issued a statement:
This was really just a series of small unfortunate circumstances. With no one around, my only option was to break a small glass pane of the door in order to access a phone and call for help. I dialed the police and explained that I needed assistance. It's unfortunate that I needed to break the glass, but the police officers on the scene and museum staff acknowledged that I didn't have many other options. I'm working with the museum to ensure everything is properly handled.
Murphy was drafted in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. He was traded to the Carolina Panthers in 2012.
He has been with the Bucs since 2014.