Dec 1, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs fans before the game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium. Denver won the game 35-28. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Chiefs fan gets tazered by police in the stands during Bengals game (Video)

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There was no question that the preseason match up between the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night was the most exciting contest of the opening night. The two teams battled one another right down to the end, with the Chiefs taking this one, 41-39. But action like that always gets the fans a little fired up, and sometimes, that never ends well and the cops have to pull out the tazers.

Well, that’s exactly what happened on Thursday night in Arrowhead Stadium when one unruly fan just didn’t want to listen to the nice law enforcement officials, who had to then pull out the shock treatment.

Watch in the video below as the fan learns a lesson about listening to the police while attending a professional football game.

Again, it’s simple. Either listen to what the police are telling you, or you’re going to have some serious voltage shot through your body.

Now the question is, what was more electrifying. This tazering, or Chiefs rookie De’Anthony Thomas’ 80-yard punt return for a touchdown early on in the contest that got everyone inside Arrowhead to their feet and praising management for taking a chance on him.

Well if we’re talking in a literal sense, what happened in the above video wins.

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