The Super Bowl was filled with super crazy fans.
As the Super Bowl approached the five-minute mark in the third quarter, the game was momentarily halted when two trespassers dashed onto the field at Allegiant Stadium, disrupting play as the Kansas City Chiefs were on offense.
Both individuals were swiftly tackled and apprehended, yet their actions were not isolated incidents of misconduct on this eventful night.
According to TMZ Sports, a total of six fans were arrested at the stadium during Sunday’s game. The arrests included charges ranging from grand larceny and battery on an officer to obstruction and trespassing. Notably, two individuals were apprehended for breaching security and running onto the field during the third quarter.
Additionally, two citations were issued for trespassing and petty larceny. Despite these disruptions, the number of arrests and medical calls remains relatively low considering the reported attendance of 61,629. Medical personnel responded to 56 calls for service, with nine individuals subsequently transported to nearby hospitals during the festivities.
While the game initially saw a sluggish offensive start for both teams, momentum surged in the second half. Patrick Mahomes showcased his prowess with 333 passing yards and also led the Chiefs in rushing. Overcoming an early 10-0 deficit, the Chiefs secured a thrilling 25-22 overtime victory in Super Bowl LVIII.