The NFL is reportedly investigating after a TV station in Kansas City spotted several incidents by pointing a laser pointer to New England Patriot defender Tom Brady during the AFC's Sunday night championship.
NFL is investigating after someone has appeared on the stands of the Aroehed Stadium, which points to Patriot QB's Tom Brady during the AFC Championship. (Getty Images)
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Our photographer, Turner Tweedman, caught someone pointing something that looks like a laser pointer in Tom Brady's face last night, play between the "socket" and Sorensen int. @NFL @Patriots and @Chiefs told me they did not know about the incident. January 21, 2019
After going through the movie, Joy said they saw the green dot appear on Brady at least three times: a transfer to Sony Michel, a pass for Chris Hogan and a pass for Rob Gronkovski.
The NFL has confirmed that it is investigating the incident. Kansas City Police are not currently investigating.
Fan also ran off the field during the second half of the game on Sunday.
Lashes prohibited in games
Lasers can be harmful when directed directly into the eyes but at least can distract; therefore they are banned from sporting events. But such pointers are usually small enough to be easily hidden from security in the pants or jacket pocket.
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