Police Confirm Three Toronto Maple Leafs Fans Charged
A threat of criminal charges could help deter frustrated Leafs fans from throwing jerseys on the ice during games.
The Toronto sun is reporting that police and security at Air Canada Centre are preparing to follow the letter of the law. They believe there’s no difference between throwing a brick on the ice or a sweater.
Back on Monday, it was a night most Leafs fans will want to forget, yet three will be forced to live with forever.
Three fans who were ejected from the Maple Leafs game against Carolina each received a fine and a 1-year ban from all MLSE properties, including Real Sports Bar & Grill.
Toronto Police have confirmed the three people have been charged linked the jersey toss Charges fall under the Provicial Offences Act, and are linked to Engage in Prohibited Activity.
Should someone end up with a record, possibly damaging their future, because of this? Aren’t our courts busy enough? If you really want to protest, stop buying the jerseys and stop buying the tickets!
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