Saints fans so loud, parts of Superdome ceiling fall to ground
NEW ORLEANS - Saints fan are packed into the Superdome, cheering their team on against the Los Angeles Rams. And while crowd noise is normal for home teams, Saints fans may be getting a bit too crazy.
Take a look at this, after DeMario Davis' interception, the Who Dat Nation got so loud, pieces of the ceiling from the Dome fell to the ground.
She said one the custodians says of all her 19 years working at the Superdome she has never seen this happen.
The Superdome ceiling debris has been cleaned up.— Amie Just (@Amie_Just) January 20, 2019
One of the custodians said she’s been working Saints games for 19 years and had never seen this happen before. Another has been working games for nine years and said the same thing. pic.twitter.com/lNhWvO7OcM
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