Cleveland Browns fans were not following social distancing guidelines in the stands during Thursday night’s Browns-Bengals game.
Due to the global pandemic, the Browns organization only allowed 6,000 fans inside the First Energy stadium which is roughly 10 percent capacity.
Here’s the scene at FirstEnergy Stadium several hours before kickoff … The #Browns are expecting 6,000 fans tonight and they’ve already zip-tied whole sections of seats… #CINvsCLE #TNF pic.twitter.com/DMIg8TOqFo
— Kimberley A. Martin (@ByKimberleyA) September 17, 2020
Grateful to be one of the 6,000 fans there tonight 🧡🤎🏈 pic.twitter.com/wuOw5FPqsz
— Jenna Tailya (@ShockerSara) September 18, 2020
Despite the fact that there was a limited crowd on hand on Thursday night, Browns fans still found a way to fight each other in the stands.
first fan fight of the year. of course it’s cleveland in the midst of a pandemic 🙂
— gabb 🌟 (@gabbgoudy) September 18, 2020
This kind of stuff only happens in Cleveland.