Super Bowl XLVII
Two students who attend Savannah State University allegedly snuck into the worlds most viewed television event. The students walked right by dozens of police officers who where supposed to be securing the Super Bowl. The boys also recorded the show thus proving that security at the Superdome was mediocre.
Super Bowl security was as effective as the Superdome power grid. That's the main takeaway from a viral video that chronicles two Savannah State University students sneaking into last week's game.
The young men recorded their undercover efforts and recently posted the clip online. They snuck past numerous security personnel to get into the stadium in time for Beyonce's halftime performance.
To start, they walked past more than a dozen police officers who were manning a street barricade, drawing almost no attention to themselves. It proves that acting like you belong is always an effective way of fitting in. Later, the pair navigated tunnels, snuck into a door by acting like they were wheeling in video equipment and mingled in large groups before casually walking through doors that led to the field.
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