Fake Tickets Sold for Chargers Game

By Christina London
|  Sunday, Nov 10, 2013  |  Updated 10:55 PM PDT
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Dozens of people showed up to watch the Chargers take on the Broncos Sunday, only to be turned away at the gates.

According to the San Diego Police Department, approximately 200 people tried to get into the game with fake tickets.

Police say most people claimed they bought the tickets online and had no idea they were fake.

Police say they are seeing an increase in fake ticket scams, despite warnings about buying tickets on sites like Craigslist.

There is no word if any arrests have been made in connection to the bogus tickets.

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