Saints Fans Dance on Top of Power Generator at Super Bowl Boycott

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Published on February 4, 2019 - Duration: 00:45s

Saints Fans Dance on Top of Power Generator at Super Bowl Boycott

Two football fans danced on top of a power generator during a boycott of the NFL Super Bowl final in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Sunday, February 3.

New Orleans Saints fans opted out of Super Bowl LIII after a controversial call in the NFC Championship game on January 20 that ended their team’s chance at a place in the final.

The #BoycottBowl protest took place as the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battled it out in Super Bowl LIII.

Saints fans say the referee failed to throw a penalty flag on a pass interference by Nickell Robey-Coleman in the fourth quarter, setting the Rams up for victory in overtime and earning them a spot in the Super Bowl.

This footage shows two Saints fans dancing on top of a power generator.

Event company Pelican Events shared the video with the caption: “is it good publicity or bad when inebriated fans dance on 800amps of electricity?” Pelican said they’d called 911 to “manage the chaos”.

Credit: Pelican Events via Storyful

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