'South Park' town showed up to watch the Denver Broncos game

The Denver Broncos, like a handful of other NFL teams, are only allowing a limited number of fans to attend games in-person this season due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but that didn’t stop the franchise from filling seats.

During Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Bucaneers, one of the end zones at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium was filled with 1,800 character cutouts from Comedy Central’s popular show, “남쪽 공원,” based on a town in Colorado.
The cutouts are part of the Broncosinitiative to raise money for charity, according to CNN affiliate KCNC. 지금까지, the team has raised $ 130,000.
The team originally made 1,000 cardboard cutouts available for fans to buy priced at $ 100 each with all net proceeds going toward Denver Broncos Charities during the season opener.
    “남쪽 공원” characters Eric Cartman, Kenny, Kyle and others can be seen in the standsall sporting face masks.
    Sunday’s game was the first time fans could watch in-person since the pandemic put a pause on attendance. It was capped at 5,700 팬, which is roughly 7.5% of the stadium’s capacity of 76,125.
      The Broncos join six other NFL teams that are allowing spectators. Each team has its own capacity limits in place, and some have different start dates for when fans will be allowed into the stadium for games. The other teams are the Cincinnati Bengals, 클리블랜드 브라운, 달라스 카우보이, 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, and Miami Dolphins.
      “남쪽 공원” is returning to TVs on September 30 for an hourlong special called “대유행 스페셜” and will tackle Covid-19.

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