New York Giants Fan Tased By Security, Thrown Over Railing

An unidentified New York Giants fan was tased and tossed over a railing by security guards during the Giants game against the San Francisco 49ers on Nov. 12 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Alex and Jakob Amster, who filmed the incident, told NJ Advance Media that the unruly Giants fan and a second fan were cursing and giving the finger at the Giants players.

 

Alex said the second fan “kept cussing so they tried throwing him out of the stadium. He resisted and stayed in his seat. They tried to carry him out, but he was fighting back and heckling and even tried to spit on the officer.”

The first fan was tossed over a railing and onto the ground where a security guard crashed on top of him.

“They started punching [the fan] and one officer had a bloody nose because of this,” Amster recalled. “[The fan] got up super bloody and was escorted through the tunnel by the [officers].”

NJ Advance Media notes the bloodied first fan appeared to get tased while on the ground.

(Sources: NJ Advance Media, Alex and Jakob Amster via YouTube)

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