Loyola-Duquesne interrupted by attempted on-court food delivery

Watch: Food delivery interrupts Loyola-Duquesne game originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

It’s understandable that fans may not be thrilled about the cost of concession items at a sporting event, but this is taking it one step too far.

A Wednesday night basketball game between Loyola-Chicago and Duquesne in Pittsburgh was interrupted in what can only be described as one of the most bizarre ways possible, as a person apparently delivering a bag of food tried to walk onto the court during play, only to be ordered away by the game official:

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Play was later stopped and the individual was ordered off the court and up to another portion of the seating area, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Later in the broadcast, the ESPN crew caught up with the rogue delivery person, who was still walking around the arena:

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Fan theories began to pour in after the incident, with some suggesting that the official made the food order at halftime, or that the delivery was staged as part of a guerilla Super Bowl advertisement campaign.

Regardless, here's hoping that the food reached the appropriate destination.