Play nice, Seahawks fans, the law is watching you
The Seahawks announced Wednesday that undercover law enforcement officers will be at games this season wearing opposing team jerseys to "quickly detect fans exhibiting unruly and inconsiderate behavior."
"We have great fans," Seahawks president Peter McLoughlin said in a press release. "Our goal is to ensure a safe environment for all in attendance, including visiting team fans."
The release goes on to say:
Seahawks game day staff will proactively intervene to support an environment where event patrons, their guests and other fans can enjoy the event experience free from the following behaviors:
Behavior that is unruly, disruptive or illegal in nature
Intoxication or other signs of alcohol or substance impairment that results in irresponsible behavior
Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures
Interference with the progress of the game (including throwing objects onto the field)
Failing to follow instructions of stadium personnel
Verbal or physical harassment of opposing team fans
Verbal or physical harassment of stadium guests and staff members
Smoking or tobacco use on CenturyLink Field property
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