Chiefs Fan Fined $500 for Shining Laser Pointer at Tom Brady

Chiefs fan fined $500 for flashing laser at Brady

Chiefs fan fined $500 for flashing laser at Brady

In addition to being banned for life from Arrowhead Stadium, a Kansas City Chiefs fan has been fined $500 for aiming a laser beam at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during the AFC Championship game in January.

KMBC reports Dwyan Morgan pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor, disturbing the peace. On the next play, Brady was intercepted by Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen.

Morgan told Inside Edition in May that he was surprised to be cited by prosecutors and said "I shouldn't have done it", although he said he wasn't "gonna apologize to Brady or the Patriots".

The 64-year-old was issued the citation in April, which is punishable by up to a year in jail or a fine of $1,000.

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While the laser pointer could have significantly impacted Brady during the game, it clearly didn't deter him too badly.

The Chiefs used the video and witness accounts to identify Morgan as the fan who had the laser pointer.

The Patriots won the game 37-31 in overtime and went on to defeat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.

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