By Brian Tinsman

WASHINGTON — For your safety and convenience, FedExField is equipped with a text line to allow fans to report incidents directly to stadium security. What constitutes an emergency is debatable on a Sunday like this.

The Twitter account @PFTCommenter is a parody account, making fun of (among other things) the way that fans comment on sports message boards. It has taken on the persona of a fan who consistently overreacts to sports news, which provides context for this tweet.

As the Cleveland Browns kicked a field goal that tied the game at 17 heading into halftime, @PFTCommenter allegedly took the opportunity to reach out to the folks in stadium security for help:

Is it a good use of stadium security, which could be otherwise attending to real emergencies at FedExField? No, and we do not endorse or encourage anyone else to follow suit. Please only text “SKINS” to 69050 if you have an actual game day emergency.

But if someone was going to do this, it’s nice that stadium security has a sense of humor before blocking the number.


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