Rambunctious NFL Fans Now Required to Pass Sensitivity Tests
If you're the kind of fan who likes to get rowdy and talk a little trash while you're at the game, be careful. If you get kicked out of certain NFL stadiums, you may have to pay a $75 fine and pass a test in order to come back to another game.
According to Dr. Ari Novick, the man behind this new project, “We’re not trying to squash anyone’s passion. We’re just trying to say don’t be violent.”
For example, at the new MetLife Stadium, fans who are asked to leave must write security chief Daniel DeLorenzi a letter of apology and take a four-hour, $75 online course, available at FanConductClass.com.
To pass, they have to get at least 70 percent of the questions correct ... although, they're not that difficult.
1. Behaving badly towards other fans, such as fighting, swearing or threatening them, is OK as long as they deserve it.
2. According to Met-Life Stadium’s alcohol policies, four drinks is the maximum a person may purchase at a time.
3. Every fan has a right to like any team they wish. Using abuse language towards fans who support teams you don’t like will not be tolerated.
2) False, it’s two.