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New York Jets Employee Caught Committing Act of Fraud By Deceiving Actual Fan Attendance (VIDEO)
This just might be the saddest thing that an NFL franchise has ever done.
On Saturday, 30,000 to 40,000 fans were expected to show up for the New York Jets first preseason game against the Tennessee Titans, but when you see the actual game photo, attendance was so much lower than that.
Low attendance for the Jets first preseason game. 30,000-40,000 expected, we’ll see if it even hits that. pic.twitter.com/AfvxxM2PzR
— Billy Sakmann (@BillySakmann) August 12, 2017
Apparently, the Jets announced the attendance to be around 30,000 anyway, but somebody caught an actual Jets employee in the act of committing fraud by scanning the tickets of invisible fans that weren’t even at the game.
— Mike (@NTLTreasures) August 13, 2017
Somebody has some explaining to do.