KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Chiefs fan accused of pointing a laser-pointer at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been banned from Arrowhead Stadium.

A Chiefs spokesperson told KCTV5 News that, at this point, they are unable to confirm if it is a lifetime ban. They are working with authorities to charge the fan as aggressively as possible.

The individual was not a Chiefs season ticket member, the Chiefs say.

Footage from a KCTV5 camera revealed a laser pointer incident on a Chiefs player and Brady during the AFC Championship Game, which the Chiefs lost 37-31 in overtime.

KCTV5’s footage shows a green laser pointer on the helmet of Derrick Nnadi on a first down from the Patriots' 28-yard line with 8:39 remaining in the fourth quarter.

As video indicates, a laser later appears on top of Brady's helmet on the right side.

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