A cop forcefully grabbed the star of the Green Bay Packers AJ Dillon And they shoved him in the back during a soccer game at Lambeau Field this weekend…and now, police say they’ve launched an internal review of the matter.
The accident happened on Saturday – during the weather delays in Manchester City’s match against Bayern Munich, Dillon jumped onto the pitch to the excitement of the crowd.
According to Dillon, two security guards gave him permission to be in the field and even helped him get off his seat “so I could do a lightbulb jump and make the crowd fuss.”
But, the videos show that one of the policemen apparently did not receive this message – and became bodied with the tail as he prepared to jump over the wall behind one of the end zones.
The policeman eventually abandoned the 24-year-old – who later said despite the aggressive nature of the interaction, he wasn’t bothered by it at all.
“Just miscommunication between the parties,” Dillon wrote on his Twitter page on Sunday. “GBPolice are great people and I’m glad we put them there for our games to keep us safe. Standing there in the pouring rain with all these people it’s hard to tell what’s going on with just one person. It’s all good.”
A spokesperson for the Green Bay Police Department said: TMZ Sports … “There is clearly a misunderstanding between the officer and Mr. Dillon.”
“The Green Bay Police Department appreciates the perspective and supportive words from Mr. Dillon. The Green Bay Police Department’s Professional Standards/Internal Affairs Division has begun a review of this incident.”
Meanwhile, Dillon is due to report to the Packers training camp this week – and is expected to have a big role in the team’s offensive this year.