Miami Dolphins fan charged $ 724 for two beers at the stadium
A Miami Dolphins Stadium vendor was arrested on Sunday after police charged an unsuspecting fan $ 724 for two beers.
Nathan Collier, 33, who was at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, completed the purchase of the fan with one The Miami Herald reported citing the police report.
A short time later, the fan received a notification from his bank, in which he was informed of the expensive fee for the stadium's card, the newspaper reported. It also showed the name of the seller.
The two beers at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami should have cost the fan about $ 19.
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Mugshot for Nathaniel Collier, 33.
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Collier was taken into custody without incident, WPLG-TV reported. The police said he has a square credit card reader in his possession.
Collier did not work for the concessionaire of the Hard Rock Stadium or the Dolphins, according to Herald. His employer was a company in Kentucky that employed "walking salesmen" at major sporting events and concerts.
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"Our local supervisor contacted the authorities immediately after learning of the overcharge of Mr. Collier's unauthorized personal device," the company told the newspaper The Prison in Miami. Dade County on Monday for theft and possession of a skimmer.
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The expensive beers may have contributed to his drowning worry. The Dolphins have lost to the Los Angeles Chargers to remain winless all year round.