Interference with athletic event consists of intentionally throwing any object on or across the field of play of an athletic event with the intent to interfere with the normal conduct of that event while the contestants of that event are on that field. As used in this section, “athletic event” means a scheduled sports event for which an admission fee is charged to the public.
Any person other than an official or a contestant of an athletic event who commits interference with an athletic event is guilty of a petty misdemeanor.
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