Law enforcement, Bills react to lewd video

Another Lewd Bills Fan Video

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- While Bills fans were buzzing about the team's fourth straight win Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, they were also talking about a video filmed off the field. 

Bills fans produced a lewd video in what appears to be the stadium's parking lot that went viral on social media. 

Monday, the Bills released the following statement about the video:

"While it appears that this stunt did not take place in a Bills-controlled parking lot, it is embarrassing for our community. Our hope is that the individuals involved in these lewd acts will be held accountable for their actions. As an organization, we are committed to ensuring that the foolish and reckless acts of a few individuals does not tarnish the reputation of Bills fans and our community as a whole."

Erie County Sheriff Deputies said they did not receive any reports or complaints about what was happening in the New Era Field parking lot.  They added they believe the video may have been filmed in a private lot. 

Orchard Park Police Chief Mark Paholec said his detectives have seen the video, but were unable to identify the individuals involved. 

He explained while he's personally disgusted by that kind of behavior, it would be difficult to pursue charges against those in the video.
 
However, anyone who may have any information about the individuals involved in this video should give Orchard Park Police a call at (716) 662-6444. 
 
 

 

 


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