LSU's Tiger Stadium suffers yet another break-in

LSU’s Tiger Stadium suffered yet another break-in. (Getty)
LSU’s Tiger Stadium suffered yet another break-in. (Getty)

Stop us if you’ve heard this before: Tiger Stadium had a break-in.

Yes, LSU’s Tiger Stadium.

Yes, again.

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LSU police say that three men have been arrested on charges of simple burglary for breaking into Death Valley around 1 a.m. on Friday, according to WBRZ, Baton Rouge’s ABC affiliate.

For those keeping track, that is an astonishing five(!) reported break-ins at the stadium in 2017 alone.

From the report:

Officers arrested 21-year-old Cade Broussard, 20-year-old Seth Broussard and 22-year-old Frederick Herrera.

According to police, the individuals entered via a boarded up window and were attempting to steal items from the stadium, including signs, cups, bags, drinks and photos.

Police told the TV station that Seth Broussard is an LSU student, which makes him different from the last group to break into the stadium — a pair of Oklahoma students.

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These break-ins are just part of the recent reign of terror on Tiger Stadium: In November 2016, two Alabama students reportedly defaced the Tigers’ logo at midfield.

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