Vendor Arrested For Charging Dolphins Fans Over $700 For Two Beers

Not only are fans getting ripped off by the Dolphins into buying tickets to watch a team that is trying to lose, but they are also getting robbed by scamming beer vendors.

A beer vendor was arrested Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium after using a Square reader to charge more than $700 to a fan’s credit card during a Miami Dolphins game, police said.

According to Local 10 News in Miami:

Nathaniel Collier, 33, faces charges of third-degree grand theft and possession of a skimming device.

According to an arrest affidavit, the victim ordered two beers from Collier during Miami’s 30-10 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers and gave him his credit card to pay for them. But police said Collier used his personal card reader to charge the victim $724.

The victim was notified of the charge by his bank a short time later.
Collier was taken into custody without incident. Police said he had a Square credit card reader in his possession.

It was a rough day for Dolphins fans, who not only saw their team fall to 0-4 but they had to deal with the issues of somebody robbing them blind.