He scored big with Tommy, then was nearly deported for kicking an NYPD officer in the groin at the Fillmore.
But as a few critics have remarked, the show often goes for the groin instead of the head.
He returned minutes later dressed in combat gear, including a Kevlar vest, leggings, and sporting a groin protector.
1590s, earlier grine (1530s), from Middle English grynde "groin" (c.1400), originally "depression in the ground," from Old English grynde "abyss," perhaps also "depression, hollow," from Proto-Germanic *grundus (see ground). Altered 16c. by influence of loin or obsolete groin "snout." The architectural groin "edge formed by the intersection of two vaults" is from 1725.
The crease or hollow at the junction of the inner part of each thigh with the trunk, together with the adjacent region and often including the external genitals.