Panthers Fan Sucker Punches Older Eagles Fan In NSFW Video

by Steven Clarke October 17, 2017, 0:05
Panthers Fan Sucker Punches Older Eagles Fan In NSFW Video

The Panthers and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department worked quickly to arrest the man, announcing on Saturday that Kyle Adam Maraghy was charged with simple assault and was being brought to jail.

Thursday night the Philadelphia Eagles took on the Carolina Panthers in Carolina and one Panthers fan decided it would be a good idea to sucker punch the Eagles fan behind him.

The person who filmed the video noted in his caption the guy who had thrown the punches had been standing for the entire game, repeatedly ignoring the requests from fans behind them to sit down.

The video was posted online by Instagram user "odubco" early Friday morning and has garnered thousands of comments online.

The video shows the Panthers fan punching the man, who starts bleeding. "Words gradually got more and more escalated", the Instagram user wrote. "The victim telling the dude bro how they're being jerks and how rude they are for not sitting". "There previously was a single mom and her son between us, they left halfway through the 3rd".

A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police report lists the victim as a 62-year-old man and says he was treated for his injuries by Medic. The assailant was seated in section 541, row 24, seat 10.

The video has garnered more than 46,000 views.

"The Carolina Panthers are committed to a fan-friendly and family-friendly stadium experience", the team's statement read.


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