We knew that the LSU and Texas A&M game was going to be intense, but we didn't think it would be slap-a-minor-in-the-face intense.

According to The Advocate, a Houston man was arrested on Saturday night after he allegedly slapped a 14-year-old in the face inside a Tiger Stadium suite.


According to the arrest documents obtained by The Advocate, around 9:00 p.m. Tiger Athletic Foundation employees witnessed a juvenile getting slapped in the face by a man. Tiger Athletic Foundation employees wasted no time in calling law enforcement to step in and make an arrest.

The man who allegedly slapped the unidentified 14-year-old was identified as 40-year-old Brandon Scott from Houston, Texas. What caused Scott to strike the minor? Who wants to be approached and talked to during an intense game? Apparently not Brandon Scott.

VIA East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office
VIA East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office

Brandon Scott was very intoxicated and a group of teens tried talking to him and took their phones out to take videos and pictures of him, obviously, this was what triggered the man because according to the reports Scott jumped from his seat and slapped the teenager open-handed and left a red mark on his face.

When Scott was arrested it was noted that he was very much intoxicated since he smelled of booze and had slurred speech. Scott was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on charges of simple battery and disturbing the peace. Scott posted bail and was released the same night that he was arrested.

Remember if you plan to go watch your favorite team play, regardless if it's college or NFL, be on your best behavior.

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