Investigators warn fans about phony Super Bowl tix

Damon Daniels, of Manhattan, and Eugene Fladger, of Philadelphia, have been arrested for allegedly making and selling the counterfeit stubs.

MANHATTAN - Officials are warning football fans that if you have a ticket to Sunday's Super Bowl you may want to take a closer look at it. 

The Queens District Attorney's Office says two men are accused of selling fake authentic looking tickets. 

Damon Daniels, of Manhattan, and Eugene Fladger, of Philadelphia, are accused of making and selling the counterfeit stubs. 

Daniels and Fladger are facing dozens of charges including forgery. 

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