& # 39; I was in tears & # 39 ;: young family suffers from the State of Origin nightmare, while a knife-wielding fan threatens to attack them when their mother calls security on crooks
- Sasha Harris and her three children were threatened in Sunday's home state
- Mrs. Harris said the man had a knife under his shirt and would attack her
- The man was kicked out of the game and arrested by the police
A mother and her three children were traumatized by a confrontation with a knife-handling man who threatened them during Sunday & # 39; s State of Origin competition in Perth.
Sasha Harris and her family supported Queensland when she said a blues fan started to act aggressively towards her and showed her that he was armed with a weapon.
Mrs. Harris and her family were left in tears and wanted to leave after the man threatened to attack them if she called security.
The supporter of The Blue (photo) behaved aggressively towards Sasha Harris and her family with claims that he revealed a knife under his shirt
& # 39; I was absolutely a mess because he kept coming to me, right in my face this man, who threatened me that if I would call security again, it would all be finished, & # 39; Mrs. Harris said 9News.
She claims that the offender lifted his shirt and revealed the handle of the weapon.
Mrs. Harris and her family had bought tickets a year ago, but felt so uncomfortable that they wanted to leave before the game even started.
Her daughter Maddison claimed that the blues fan and his drunk friends threw food to the family.
& # 39; I was in tears, I wanted to go home before the game started, & # 39; Harris said.
Mrs. Harris (pictured with her husband and three children) said she was in tears and wanted to leave the game before it even started after the man continued to threaten them
& # 39; They just got worse and worse … it was really terrible. & # 39;
The men were eventually arrested and kicked out of the stadium, allowing the Harris family to enjoy the rest of the game.
Police accused a 30-year-old man with disorderly conduct and grabbed a stick but not a knife.
Perth's Optus Stadium announced that staff are checking all bags and conducting random metal detector tests to prevent weapons being thrown into the ground.
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