Atlanta airport employee arrested after fight with 'Pacman' Jones

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You're looking at Frank Ragin - the airport employee who police say instigated a fight with the National Football League star at the Atlanta International Airport late Tuesday evening.

Just after Jones touched down in the Peach State, officials tell TMZ that airport employee Frank Ragin "made a gesture toward Adam Jones".

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

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Police say Ragin was the aggressor and Jones defended himself - a claim supported by video of the altercation. Bad news for him is that he was identified as the one who started the fight and was therefore arrested.

TMZ Sports was the first to report the incident and post the footage.

"Mr. Ragin eventually struck Mr. Jones with a closed fist causing a laceration to Mr. Jones' face", police said, per TMZ.

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Police say Ragin also hit a female companion Jones was with, causing an injury to her hand.

Jones tries to take off his backpack, but instead throws a haymaker at Ragin. "He was charged with two counts of battery". In 2012, a jury ordered Jones to pay $11 million in damages to the victims. Jones is then held back from punching him further. First to fight an National Football League player.

Most recently, in January 2017, Jones was arrested in Cincinatti for disorderly conduct, harassment with a bodily substance, and assault.

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