Fans at Texas A&M-Alabama game asked to avoid using bathroom due to water crisis
With No. 6 Texas A&M in town, the folks in Tuscaloosa were expecting a capacity crowd at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday. And that could be bad news as this Top-10 matchup winds down.
According to multiple people on Twitter, fans have been told that there's a water pressure issue in the stadium. Because of that, they were told to refrain from using the bathrooms in the second half.
No, we're not making this up. At all.
Naturally it led to some funny responses from the folks on social media.
This is an alarming piece of news, and we'll keep you updated as we get more information from Alabama (assuming the world doesn't end first).
Alabama announces on PA that there is a water pressure issue in Bryant-Denny Stadium & for the 100,00 K here to refrain from using restrooms
— Travis L. Brown (@Travis_L_Brown) October 22, 2016
Lol…stadium announcer just told 95k people that we need to monitor our water usage because of low water pressure. Welcome to Alabama.
— Dallas Shipp (@dallasshipp) October 22, 2016
The halftime chili dog line (in which I did not partake) was alarmingly long for a stadium under water pressure alert.
— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) October 22, 2016
Now it’s halftime and all the toilets are broken.
— Michael Casagrande (@ByCasagrande) October 22, 2016
100,000+ fans in a place with broken toilets doesn't sound ideal.
— Bryan Passink (@BryanPassink) October 22, 2016