Security Guard Masturbates In Front Of Thousands Of Fans At NFL Game [Video]

Tito Ojo-Medubi

A security guard was caught on camera masturbating at an NFL game, a few feet away from cheerleaders, the New York Post is reporting.

The unbelievable event took place at a San Diego Chargers game against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. In a video posted on Facebook by a woman who recorded from the stands, the guard is seen pleasuring himself in the middle of an NFL game in front of thousands of fans and a few feet away from dancing cheerleaders.

The woman, who hails from Lemon Grove, said there were children sitting next to her family, and she made several attempts to get in touch with the San Diego Chargers and the company that was providing security, all to no avail.

The guard looked relatively young and had one hand underneath his uniform pants, pulling back and forth. A cameraman walks towards him, and he stops momentarily but continues the thrusting motion as soon as the man passes him. When the video went viral, team officials finally responded to the disturbing behavior of the security guard at the NFL game who saw nothing wrong with masturbating in a stadium with a per game average of 57,326 fans who have watched football so far this year.

"The Chargers, Elite Security as well as the San Diego Police Department are aware of the disturbing actions of an Elite Security staff member at Sunday's game. We apologize to any fan who may have witnessed the incident. Elite Security is currently investigating the incident and has vowed to take immediate and appropriate action."

"Elite have employed thousands of people over the past 21 years. We insist on the highest moral standards from our employees and regret this isolated incident. Elite is currently investigating the incident and have no additional comment."

The man was eventually fired Tuesday afternoon by the security outfit, less than 24 hours after the controversial video emerged online. The man had passed all state and federal checks and completed mandatory licensing requirements. The company said there was no clue that the man would behave inappropriately.

The company still refused to identify the security guard, quoting privacy laws. According to them, the San Diego Police Department was involved and was now looking into the incident.

Carter recorded the man, threatening to beat him up if he did not get off at the next stop. Cuffee was arrested after NYPD police saw the video. Apparently, the 23-year-old man was a repeat offender having committed a similar offense in 2015. He had also been captured on camera by a female passenger.

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