Carolina Panthers fan arrested, accused of punching spectator in video

A man has been arrested regarding the a disturbing video showing the Carolina Panthers fan punching an additional spectator during Thursday night’s NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police tweeted that Kyle Adam Maraghy had been arrested and billed with simple assault in connection with the particular incident, which was videoed and submitted on Instagram late Thursday. Simply no further details were immediately offered.


The particular assault began after the victim, the 62-year-old man, objected to the suspect’s refusal to sit down during the sport, according to the Instagram user who published the video.

The Panthers fan in the video clip, since identified as Maraghy, landed several punches to the victim’ s encounter, leaving him dripping with bloodstream. He then left the seating area, accompanied by the woman sitting next to your pet.

The individual sitting next to the victim, putting on Eagles gear, and another guy in a Panthers jersey tried to split up the vicious attack.

Fox 46 Charlotte reported that the victim filed the police report and was dealt with at the stadium for bruises plus scratches.

Earlier Thursday, Panthers Executive Movie director of Risk Management Lance Emory verified that the club had “identified the particular perpetrator” and was working with nearby police.

“The behavior exhibited by the criminal is unacceptable and will not be condoned at Bank of America Arena, ” Emory said.

Philadelphia defeated Carolina 28-23 to improve to a 5-1 general record – the best in the NFC.