Bloody altercation between fans caught on camera during Panthers game

Doug Mendoza
October 14, 2017

A disgusting video of a Carolina fan assaulting an older fan at the Eagles game went viral on the Internet on Friday morning following Philadelphia's defeat of the Panthers on Thursday night.

A man wearing a Carolina Panthers jersey is seen engaged in a verbal argument with a fan seated behind him at Bank of America Stadium.

The attacker then forces his female friend to give up her quarrel as the two make their way toward the exit, leaving the man as blood drips down his face and stains his white T-shirt. Prior to 2016, he had been named first-team All-Pro three consecutive seasons, and he's also made four consecutive Pro Bowls even while only playing in 10 games last season.

After posting the video Carrigan wrote a comment saying, "Just so the general public knows, just about every agency that has contacted me requesting permission to use the content, I've given as much additional information as I could and have not requested to be compensated".

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The Charlotte Observer reports Warren Carrigan was the fan who shot the video. The victim was treated for his injuries.

The incident happened after the victim told the Panthers fans standing in front of them that they were "being jerks" for not sitting.

Emory says the Panthers "are committed to a fan-friendly and family-friendly stadium experience" and said the behavior is "unacceptable and will not be condoned".

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