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Detroit fan who used laser to distract Bills pleads guilty to disorderly conduct, pays fine

Remember that Detroit Lions fan who bragged about using a laser on the Bills, only to have it blow up in his face? According to the Detroit Free Press, he has paid a $235 fine to settle his case.

Marko Beslach, 18, took to Twitter to brag about how he distracted Kyle Orton and other Bills during the October game. That didn't go unnoticed, naturally, and plenty of Bills fans took offense. Beslach took down his tweets and deactivated his account, but by then, it was too late.

According to the Free Press, Beslach pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and had to perform 80 hours of community service on top of the fine. He's also banned from Ford Field, and the season-ticket holder who brought him to the game had his tickets revoked for the rest of the season, the Detroit paper reported.

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