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Police charge Patriots fan for throwing beer at Chiefs' Hill

Patriots Wire logo Patriots Wire 10/15/2018 Henry McKenna

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A New England Patriots fan has been charged with disorderly conduct and throwing an object at a sporting event, according to Foxborough police, after Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was hit with a beer on Sunday night at Gillette Stadium. The 21-year-old Mansfield, Massachusetts, resident threw the drink at Hill behind the end zone after his fourth-quarter touchdown, police said.

The Patriots responded by identifying the man, turning him in to law enforcement and banning him from Gillette Stadium. Hill told reporters after the game that he wasn't mad about the gesture. However, he and his agent Drew Rosenhaus want to take legal action against the fan.


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