Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Lawmaker escorted out of UT game

State Rep. Stacey Campfield was escorted from a University of Tennessee football game after a dispute with police over a Halloween mask.
A police report said the Knoxville Republican was wearing a Mexican wrestler's head mask during the Oct. 31 game against South Carolina despite publicity that Halloween masks were banned inside Neyland Stadium.

A mother and her two daughters became upset over the mask, according to the report.

Campfield removed the mask when confronted by police. Campfield, who is running for the District 7 state Senate seat, did not immediately return a message.


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