The HuntingPA.com Outdoor Community banner

1 - 2 of 2 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
22,109 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
The NFL has "enhanced" its security pat-down procedures for fans entering stadiums.

The league asked its 32 teams to instruct stadium security to search fans from the ankles up for banned items such as alcohol and weapons. Previously, the search was from the waist up.

Last week, a man was arrested for using an illegal stun gun at Sunday night's Dallas Cowboys-New York Jets game.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Friday the "enhanced security procedures" didn't result from any specific threat, but from the league's practice of "always refining and improving" security.
Cool...Now you can get a good groping at the game!


'Enhanced' pat-downs at NFL games will go from the ankles up
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
20,672 Posts
SigPro2340 said:
The NFL has "enhanced" its security pat-down procedures for fans entering stadiums.

The league asked its 32 teams to instruct stadium security to search fans from the ankles up for banned items such as alcohol and weapons. Previously, the search was from the waist up.

Last week, a man was arrested for using an illegal stun gun at Sunday night's Dallas Cowboys-New York Jets game.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Friday the "enhanced security procedures" didn't result from any specific threat, but from the league's practice of "always refining and improving" security.
Cool...Now you can get a good groping at the game!


'Enhanced' pat-downs at NFL games will go from the ankles up
If that guy was a fan of either of those teams, hopefully he was planning on turning the stun gun on himself.
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
Top