Fans tailgating at Buffalo Bills games this season could face criminal charges or be ejected for "table-slamming," a practice of jumping into and breaking plastic folding tables that has been popularized in recent seasons by viral videos on social media. The Bills and the Erie County, New York sheriff's office have made it a point of emphasis to police table-slamming this season, although rules against the activity have already existed as part of the team's code of fan conduct at New Era Field. "Despite some of the viral videos and social media posts you'll see, our fans in general are very good, and they are very responsible and have a good time," Bills vice president of operations and guest experience Andy Major said. "But we want to make sure that everyone understands that we're going to hold those folks accountable -- the [small] minority of fans that do some of those things out there in the community and on gameday that we feel are unsafe -- we are going to...



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