Florida man accused of throwing sex toy on field during Bills-Patriots game

Michael Abdallah was arrested at the Monday night football game between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.
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Michael Abdallah was arrested at the Monday night football game between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.

Credit: Erie County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Erie County Sheriff's Office

A Florida man is accused of throwing what authorities said was a sex toy onto the field during Monday night's nationally televised National Football League game between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots, the Buffalo News reported.

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Michael Abdallah, 34, of Oviedo, was arraigned Tuesday on a disorderly conduct charge in Orchard Park Town Court, the newspaper reported.

The Patriots defeated the Bills 25-6 at New Era Field in Orchard Park on Monday night.

Abdallah was accused of creating "a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act which serves no legitimate purpose," the Erie Sheriff's Office said in a release.

Authorities identified Abdallah through stadium surveillance video and through witness reports, WIVB reported.

It is not the first time a fan at Bills-Patriots game has allegedly thrown a sex toy onto the field. In 2016, two fans were banned for life from every NFL stadium for tossing the objects onto the field, the News reported.

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