'60 Days In': Tony's arrogance and cocky attitude is irking fans, say 'he makes me not want to watch'

A Fulton County corrections officer, Tony is said to be the most qualified person for the job, but his second stint is already drawing a lot of negative attention


                            '60 Days In': Tony's arrogance and cocky attitude is irking fans, say 'he makes me not want to watch'
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'60 days In' fans on Twitter have a lot of feelings about the unprecedented move by Sheriff Horton and Chief Peek to bring in a second team for a shorter stint. However, their greatest concern continues to be their favorite Tony. 

A Fulton County corrections officer, Tony is said to be the most qualified person for the job - but his second stint is already drawing a lot of negative attention. Tony tried to rob a man in the intake and was called out for being with the camera crew inside the common area.  If you remember, that's exactly how the spiral to the rock bottom started for Texas cop Ashley as well. She didn't think before reacting and it cost her the program. 

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"Tony's coming in like Dennis on his second time. All ego'd up," tweeted a fan as another said agreeing, "So Tony is the new Dennis... #"  A third one said, "Tony needs to take it down a notch. He’s unbearable. His cocky attitude makes me not want to watch. Can’t believe I’m saying this but he’s worse than Dennis." Another chimed in, "Oh Tony real cocky lol. I know Dennis sitting at home like 'I could've did that too'"

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Dennis, a former quarterback was one of the most arrogant contestants this season and started off his time in the pod by taking off his shirt and working out all day in front of the cameras. He almost had to be pulled out of the program after he transferred to another unit without checking in with anyone. 

Some fans were also concerned by how well he was fitting in. "I like Tony. But he seems to overconfident. I feel like he's going in too deep," said one fan concerned, as another said, "Tony in here acting like he is the sheriff or some shit. He was wrong as hell for taking that man's money. What the hell is wrong with him. He lost all my respect."

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What will Tony bring to the table this time, after his second stint at one of the most dangerous jails in America — the Etowah County Detention Center in  Alabama? Only time will tell.

'60 Days In' airs at 9/8c on Thursdays on A&E.