Collingwood will examine an incident the place safety intervened as a fan berated the umpires following the Magpies’ after-the-siren AFL loss to Brisbane.
The Magpies led for many of Thursday night time’s match at Marvel Stadium however in the end fell quick by some extent courtesy of Zac Bailey’s aim after the siren.
3AW boundary reporter Jacqui Reed posted footage on Twitter of a safety guard rebuffing a yelling Collingwood fan who had climbed onto seats subsequent to the umpires’ race and was yelling on the officers as they left the sector.
Within the video, the safety guard pushed the fan away from the clear barricades and the person then left the realm.
“Collingwood will communicate with Marvel Stadium safety to determine what transpired on the finish of final night time’s match between safety and a fan,” the Magpies mentioned in a press release on Twitter.
“Because it has finished up to now, the membership will droop or cancel the privileges of members responsible of anti-social behaviour at matches.
“Within the meantime, the membership asks all supporters to respect the event and people round them.”