Man Arrested For Charging $724 For Two Beers At Dolphins Game

Written by Alyssa Brook October 1, 2019
Photo Credit: Miami Dade Police

Man Arrested For Charging $724 For Two Beers At Dolphins Game

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A beer vendor at Sunday’s Miami Dolphins game was arrested for charging a fan $724 for just two beers.

According to the Miami Herald Nathaniel Collier who was working as a walking vendor, used his own credit card machine to complete the transaction. He did not use the device that the stadium gives to vendors. Once he made the hefty transaction, the fan got an alert from his bank about the charge on his card. It also displayed the vendor’s name.

Rocket Man, the company who contracted Collier to the game released a statement,

“As the chosen provider of walking vendors across dozens of stadiums, we take the matter of security extremely seriously, and train and monitor our vendors to safeguard our customers,” the company said. “Our onsite supervisor contacted the authorities immediately upon learning of the overcharge on what was Mr. Collier’s unauthorized personal device.”

Collier could be charged with third-degree grand theft and possession of a device used to skim people. As of now, he is being held on $10,000 bail.

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