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Disruptive Giants fan pulled from stands at 49ers game

Security pulled the fan from the bleachers for his disorderly conduct

A bloodied New York Giants fan was removed from the stands on Sunday afternoon for disorderly conduct during the Giants 31-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers Sunday.

The man was unidentified but was wearing a Janoris Jenkins jersey. After New York allowed a fourth quarter touchdown, the fan and a friend wearing an Odell Beckham Jr. jersey were yelling at Giants players coming off the field. The video of the incident is here below.

As you can see from the video, the fans were flipping their middle fingers and cursing at the players as they came off the field.

Alex Amster said the officers gave a warning to the fan in the Jenkins jersey, but "he kept cussing so they tried throwing him out of the stadium. He resisted and stayed in his seat. They tried to carry him out, but he was fighting back and heckling and even tried to spit on the officer."

The Giants fan, who was sitting in the first row behind the Giants bench, was then tossed over the railing, where another security officer met him at the ground. The officers the appeared to throw punches at the fan.

"They started punching him and one officer had a bloody nose because of this," Amster said. "(The fan) got up super bloody and was escorted through the tunnel by the (officers)."

The fan was then handcuffed and escorted to the tunnel.