SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Video of a 49ers fan fight that left two men hospitalized and two others in handcuffs has been posted to YouTube, while Santa Clara police have identified two suspects arrested on felony charges.
A fan posted the video he took while in line for the men’s room at Levi’s Stadium Sunday. In the clip, a man in a Frank Gore shirt charges another wearing a Colin Kaepernick uniform. That man ends up on the ground, apparently unconscious. The man in the Gore jersey and another man are then seen knocking a second man to the ground and hitting him as he covered his head on the bathroom floor.READ MORE: Pacers Stun Curry, Warriors 121-117 in Overtime
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After the assault, two men who fled from the bathroom were located and arrested for felony assault, according to the Santa Clara Police Department.
Lt. Kurt Clarke said 34-year-old Dario Rebollero and 27-year-old Amador Rebollero were arrested and booked into the Santa Clara County Jail.
The two victims were taken to the hospital, one in serious condition while the other was treated and released, said Clarke.
The person who posted the video said the fight began over a bathroom stall.
“First thing that happened when entering bathroom. All due to impatience for an open stall,” wrote video poster Alex C.READ MORE: Kraken Take 2nd Straight, Beat Sharks 3-2
EDITOR’S NOTE: The video is graphic and may be disturbing:
Santa Clara police said the bathroom attack happened shortly after the start of the 49ers game against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday.
The video comes just two weeks after a large-scale brawl was caught on camera in the stands at a 49er game in Arizona, site of the next Super Bowl.
Levi’s Stadium will host Super Bowl 50 the following year.
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