Packers-Falcons game was entertaining in stands, too

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One of the Packers' many fans at Monday's game against the Falcons. (Tom Lynn/AP)
One of the Packers' many fans at Monday's game against the Falcons.  (Tom Lynn/AP)

One of the Packers’ many fans at Monday’s game against the Falcons. (Tom Lynn/AP)

There were 77,512 people at Lambeau Field – a.k.a., the “vomitorium” – Monday for the Green Bay Packers’ matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.

Nearly 50 of them did not leave the stadium graciously.

Police arrested or ejected 47 individuals Monday as the Falcons attempted to mount a comeback against the Packers. If that seems like a lot, it’s fewer than the 52 people arrested or ejected when the Packers played the New York Jets in September.

So what’s going on in Green Bay?

The stadium is outfitted with self-serve beer stations and a fountain of over-drinking has gushed this season. The Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Doug Schneider has been monitoring the police scanner for calls made during games on drunken and disorderly conduct. The result is this:

[View the story “#scannersquawk: Packers vs. Falcons” on Storify]

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