Monday, February 11, 2013

Why Pay $1,500 For A Super Bowl Ticket When You Can Walk In For Fee?

Article written by Sportmentary - Editor in Chief Sportmentary Oline Sports Talk
The NFL is investigating two Savannah State students who walked right into the Mercedes-Benz Superdome without even being questioned about their lack of credentials. The pair ended up watching the game with about 70,000 paying customers.

A Super Bowl ticket went as much as $1,500 but the question that we should be asking ourselves tonight is; why would you pay for a ticket when you could walk right in? You can see the video at the end of the video and get a great laugh at how they did it.

Let's just say that they walked past security and in fact security opened the gate for them to enter the stadium. This is one of the funniest videos that I've seen in a long time. I don't advocate stealing or entering a facility that you should be paying admission to enter but these guys were allowed to waltz right into the stadium and watch the big game.

The NFL does need to look at this very seriously. Supposedly there were thousands of people on security detail for the big game. How can the NFL allow this to happen? This is a joke. This is an embarrassment to the league.

What if the pair had been dangerous and carried out an act of terror? That wouldn't be so funny would it? The NFL had a great lapse in security but that's an understatement isn't it?

Some heads will roll on this one. Some people have some explaining to do but in the end two college students got away without paying the hefty price tag to attend the biggest sporting event in the United states. I will say that it takes some real coconuts to waltz right past security without a care in the world.

I wonder if their hearts were pounding as they got a free ride into the game. These guys got more than there 10 minutes of fame.

Check out the video below.

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