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Chiefs fan cited for shining laser at Tom Brady

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A 64-year-old Chiefs fan has been given a citation for disturbing the peace for shining a laser pointer in the face of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during the AFC Championship Game.

Dwyan Morgan faces up to a year in jail or a fine up to $1,000, according to the Kansas City Star.

Video footage showed a green light flash across Brady’s face during the game. Laser pointers can cause eye injuries and could easily distract a player during a game, but Brady did not appear to notice it.

The Chiefs used the video and witness accounts to identify the fan, who has been banned for life from Arrowhead Stadium.

This is not the first time such an incident has occurred at an NFL game. During a 2014 Bills-Lions game in Detroit, Buffalo players complained that a Lions fan had been shining a laser pointer at them. The fan was found and eventually pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct, paid a $235 fine and was sentenced to 80 hours of community service. That fan was a guest of a season ticket holder, and the Lions revoked his season tickets.

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These guys are idiots. The idiots that really piss me off though are the ones that think it’s cool to point them at airplanes flying by. 

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18 hours ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

Chiefs fan cited for shining laser at Tom Brady

 

64 years old? JFC.

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I thought it was going to be a stupid teenager or something.... A grown man ought to know better.

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11 hours ago, EagleJoe8 said:

These guys are idiots. The idiots that really piss me off though are the ones that think it’s cool to point them at airplanes flying by. 

Someone by me pointed a laser pointer into the eyes of someone flying a Life flight helicopter... They tracked down where the laser came from and out the dude in jail for like 20 yrs 

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4 minutes ago, bwestbrook36 said:

Someone by me pointed a laser pointer into the eyes of someone flying a Life flight helicopter... They tracked down where the laser came from and out the dude in jail for like 20 yrs 

Good. He deserved it. That's dangerous ish.

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Even a year in jail would be a slap on the wrist for whoever shined the laser at Brady.

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other than to annoy the crap out of people. what's the point of those stupid laser lights anyway?

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20 minutes ago, The_Talon said:

other than to annoy the crap out of people. what's the point of those stupid laser lights anyway?

Cat toy.

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5 hours ago, The_Talon said:

other than to annoy the crap out of people. what's the point of those stupid laser lights anyway?

Only thing I can think of is someone using it as a pointer during a speech, or during testimony. 

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39 minutes ago, LacesOut said:

I always thought the lasers were red. Huh. Guess they come in different colors. 

You've heard of Blu-Ray, right? That gets its name from the blue (violet, actually) laser that it uses.

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He should be put in jail for not doing it well enough to make the Patriots lose :P

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On 4/13/2019 at 6:58 AM, EagleJoe8 said:

Only thing I can think of is someone using it as a pointer during a speech, or during testimony. 

Laser pointers can be used in the classroom or in the field, or during board room meetings. Anytime you want to point at something that is more than an arm's length away.

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1 minute ago, toolg said:

Laser pointers can be used in the classroom or in the field, or during board room meetings. Anytime you want to point at something that is more than an arm's length away.

Right. That's what I was reffering to.

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1 hour ago, toolg said:

Anytime you want to point at something that is more than an arm's length away.

Point... or aim...

 

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