Kansas City Chiefs Fan Tased During Game (Video)

| by Michael Allen

An unidentified fan was tased in Arrowhead Stadium during last night’s Kansas City Chiefs-Cincinnati Bengals preseason game.

According to, someone in the audience shouted, "Don't tase me bro!"

While some reports say "stadium security" tased the man, a video (below) of the incident posted on Instagram appears to show law enforcement administering the electric shock.

Twitter user and witness Brian Sears (user handle @BrahSears) tweeted that the man "was smoking, threatened young security kid when asked to leave, THEN mouthed off and got physical w/ female sheriffs deputy."

It's not clear if the tased man was charged with a crime.

This is not the first time a Chiefs fan has been tased at Arrowhead Stadium. Last year, Trenton Karlin was held down on the ground and tased by police officers (video below).

According to KMBC, police claimed that Karlin was acting unruly with other fans. He was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer, including kicking one cop in the groin.

Officers claimed they were trying to handcuff Karlin, who was resisting, but the video shows an unidentified police officer hitting Karlin in the head.

"There's a lot of things that could have happened, and that might have happened, that would have caused something like that to happen," Kansas City Police Department Capt. Tye Grant stated at the time. "I just don't know exactly what all those are. There are definitely situations where that could be reasonable, yes."

Sources: KMBC,