New Jersey State Police have arrested the Jets fan who was videotaped knocking out another man wearing a Bills jersey during Buffalo's blowout of New York at MetLife Stadium Sunday.
According to PIX11, the man wearing the Jets jersey — Christopher Fox from Peekskill, N.Y. — attempted to flee the scene after brutally punching out the fan in a No.81 Bills jersey, but was grabbed by the state troopers, arrested and charged with simple assault.
A witness originally told TMZ Fox exited without being caught.
"His immediate arrest is credited to Metlife’s state-of-the-art surveillance system which features a mega-pixel system that provides un-disrupted video coverage throughout every part of the venue," wrote PIX11's Andrew Ramos.
A NJ Advance photographer captured the moment that Fox (wearing a No. 10 Chad Pennington jersey) was pointed out by another Jets fan and was grabbed by security:
Here's the video first posted by TMZ that shows the knockout punch:
The unconscious victim was taken to an area hospital where he was evaluated. The man suffered no serious injury, officials said.