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San Diego Chargers officials investigating viral video showing sexual act on field

San Diego Chargers officials investigating viral video showing sexual act on field

Mario Sevilla
Dec 20, 2016
UPDATE, 12:07 p.m.: Elite Security has announced it has fired the security guard seen masturbating in a viral video recorded at last weekend’s Chargers game at Qualcomm Stadium.
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A short clip captured at The Q during last weekend’s Chargers-Raiders game is going viral. But it’s not the action on the gridiron that is creating a frenzy — and there’s now an investigation into the matter.
The worldwide web is abuzz over a San Diego Chargers security staffer purportedly being unnecessarily rough on himself.
The viral clip shows a young field crew member wearing a red jacket and black trousers standing in the back of the end zone watching the Chargers cheerleaders perform a routine.  The camera then zooms in to capture what is being alleged by the fan who posted the video.
“Guard was openly masturbating RIGHT IN FRONT of us during the game, while watching the cheerleaders jump up and down!!! I can’t believe this was allowed. Such a complete disregard for women’s rights and public decency! I am truly horrified at this guard lack of respect for women’s rights,” wrote lov_app on Instagram.
Team officials learned about the video on Monday night and have started an investigation.
“We’re obviously concerned and taking it seriously,” said Bill Stetson, Chargers’ Director of Security.  “We’re looking into it to determine exactly what happened, and if it happened, who is responsible.”
Warning: Video may not be suitable for all audiences.

Explosion outside soccer stadium in Istanbul

Reuters, 12/10/16

A suspected car bomb outside a football stadium in central Istanbul wounded at least 20 people on Saturday hours after the end of a match between two of Turkey’s top teams, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said.

Armed police sealed off streets around the Vodafone Arena, home to the Besiktas football team, a Reuters witness said. TV footage showed what appeared to be the wreckage of a burned out car and two separate fires on the road outside the stadium.

Soylu, speaking in parliament during a budget hearing, said around 20 people had been wounded and that initial indications were that the blast was caused by a car bomb targeting a riot police bus. (Reuters)

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