No, Actually: Buffalo Fan Survives 40-Foot Fall While High, Covered in Feces
When fans of the Buffalo Bills drive by the location of their new stadium, which will also be called Highmark Stadium, they don't see much. At this moment, "Highmark Stadium 2.0" is nothing more than a few holes in the ground.
That lackluster sight didn't stop one fan of the Buffalo Bills, who while high on multiple substances before Sunday's game against the Raiders, wandered up to this 30-40 foot-deep trench, and managed to fall in.
It was one of the most bizarre sports-fan stories we've seen in quite some time, and we've put together some of the details below.
Impaired Buffalo Bills' Fan Discovered in Construction Hole; Later Issued Ticket
Several outlets, including Yahoo! Sports, detailed the plight of one impaired Buffalo Bills' fan, who was discovered at the bottom of a roughly 40-foot hole on the construction site of Buffalo's new home stadium.
The fan was under the influence of a plethora of substances, both drugs and alcohol, including a combo of LSD, cocaine, and marijuana. That's not all, however, as the unnamed 29-year old was also covered in human waste when they were discovered in said hole
WBEN NewsRadio 930AM shared a complete recap of the events on their Twitter feed on Monday:
According to the reports, the person had found the human waste in a porta-potty on the construction site, and had promptly applied it to himself. Everywhere.
The authorities were first called around 12:18 p.m., and the person was rescued soon after that. Somehow, they sustained only a cut on their head from the fall, and no other injuries, after all was said and done.
They were, however, also issued an appearance ticket in the Town of Orchard Park for criminal trespass, at which time they will get to relive these memorable moments with some of their peers.
Or, more appropriately, relive whichever details they can remember, if any.
For reference, this is what the construction site currently looks like:
In an unrelated note, the Bills beat the Raiders, 38-10, later that day.