New York Couple Gets Lifetime Ban for Using Fake COVID-19 IDs to See Buffalo Bills Playoff Game

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BUFFALO, NY – The Buffalo Bills defeated the New England Patriots 47-17 on January 15th to advance to the AFC Divisional round against the Kansas City Chiefs. For one couple in attendance, it may have been the last Bills game they ever attend after being banned from attending future games and losing their rights to buy season tickets.

According to Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn, 34-year-old Michael P. Naab and 37-year-old Amber L. Naab of West Seneca pleaded guilty yesterday evening before Orchard Park Town Justice Jorge S. DeRosas to one count of Disorderly Conduct. Both defendants were sentenced to a conditional discharge. Both were ordered to perform 100 hours of community service and to pay a $125 fine plus a $125 surcharge.

“On Saturday, January 15, 2022, the defendants presented falsified COVID-19 vaccination cards to attend a Buffalo Bills game knowingly in violation of the vaccination policy at Highmark Stadium,” the district attorney’s office said. “As part of the plea, the defendants are prohibited from attending any Buffalo Bills games at the current stadium and purchasing season tickets in their own name thereafter.”