Even though endorsement contracts began drying up after his headline-making scandal, Woods apparently still has a friend in the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council.   Well, actually, they are just claiming it's against "hot-dog etiquette."  Is there such a thing?

The group rushed to Woods' defense with a press release on the incident, which noted,

Monday, October 10, 2011

Washington, D.C.– The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council today declared an act of violence against Tiger Woods that involved a hot dog ‘reprehensible.’

“The use of an iconic food in an act of violence against an iconic golfer like Tiger Woods is reprehensible -- and a violation of hot dog etiquette. Some might call the thrower a ‘wiener,’ but we’d say that’s too high a compliment,” said Council President Janet Riley . Hot dogs are meant to be enjoyed – not weaponized.”

For more information about proper hot dog etiquette, visit http://www.hot-dog.org/.

via National Hot Dog & Sausage Council, Press Releases.

I keep this in mind next time I decide to throw a few hot-dogs on the grill

Monday, October 10, 2011

Washington, D.C.– The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council today declared an act of violence against Tiger Woods that involved a hot dog ‘reprehensible.’

“The use of an iconic food in an act of violence against an iconic golfer like Tiger Woods is reprehensible -- and a violation of hot dog etiquette. Some might call the thrower a ‘wiener,’ but we’d say that’s too high a compliment,” said Council President Janet Riley . Hot dogs are meant to be enjoyed – not weaponized.”

For more information about proper hot dog etiquette, visit http://www.hot-dog.org/.

via National Hot Dog & Sausage Council, Press Releases.