A fan running onto the field in Green Bay Thursday learned quickly what it’s like to be tackled by anNFLplayer. Video posted on social media shows Chiefs safety Harold Jones-Quartey slamming the shirtless intruder to the ground around the 25-yard line – after a team of about a dozen security guards and police officers chased the fan back by about 15 yards.
It may have been the highlight of the night for Jones-Quartey, 26, who previously played for the Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears. His Chiefs lost to the hosting Packers 27-20 in the final tuneup for the NFL’s regular season. The Chiefs finished the preseason with a 1-3 record while the Packers went 2-2.
But the drunk dude that got onto the field from the south endzone was eventually tackled by a player from Kansas City before the security team took over.
The guy told police he did it for social media fame, and received a $1,700 citation. Its also a holiday weekend. He can't get out of jail until Tuesday at the earliest.
Moral of the story: don't be stupid y'all.
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