Police arrest man accused of sucker-punching Panthers fan

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A man has been arrested in connection with a disturbing video showing a Carolina Panthers fan punching another spectator during Thursday night's National Football League game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Warren Carrigan, who filmed the footage and posted it on Instagram, wrote alongside: "Bro & his chicka were standing for the entire game".

Kyle Adam Maraghy was arrested Friday without incident and charged with simple assault, police said.

Maraghy and a female companion then quickly exited the area. He is being taken to the Mecklenburg County Jail.

According to TMZ, that guy who socked a 62-year-old man has finally been arrested and charged with assault.

Philadelphia went on to defeat Carolina 28-23 in Thursday's contest.

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The graphic video then allegedly shows Maraghy repeatedly punching the older fan sitting behind him. The victim telling the dude bro how they're being jerks and how rude they are for not sitting.

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The NFL told Ian Rapoport it's working with the Carolina Panthers security team - saying, "We take all of these very seriously".

Carrigan said the aggressor was seated in section 541 row 24 seat 10.

In a video uploaded to Instagram, a man and woman can be seen exchanging words with an older man before the younger man punches him in the face.

"We are working with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department to pursue charges to the fullest extent of the law", Lance Emory, the Panthers' executive director of risk management, said in the statement. After the victim said the couple was rude for obstructing the view of others, Carrigan said the Newton jersey wearer lost it.

The NFL is speaking with Carolina Panthers security and investigating the incident. "The behavior exhibited by the perpetrator is unacceptable and will not be condoned at Bank of America Stadium".

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