While the 64-year-old malefactor escaped jail time, one fine would probably be enough to make future assailants think twice before using a laser pointer in another National Football League game.
The Kansas City Chiefs fan who shined a laser at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during the AFC Championship last January has finally been handed down his penalty. To the Chiefs' credit, the team has banned Morgan from any future games at Arrowhead.
According to the outlet, Dwyan Morgan, 64, was charged with disturbing the peace for using a green laser pointer to distract Brady at Arrowhead Stadium during the fourth quarter of the game in January. Lasers are prohibited at National Football League games.
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Brady appeared not to have noticed or been affected by the laser pointer, which can cause almost instantaneous and serious eye injury as well as being a distraction. Prosecutors did not say how investigators were able to determine that Morgan was allegedly involved.
The Patriots went on to defeat the Chiefs 37-31 in overtime before winning Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams.