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Over 100 Super Bowl players reported athletic supporters missing from lockers at half-time


Tampa Bay, FL - According to stadium security documents, over 100 Super Bowl players reported missing spare athletic supporters when they returned to the locker room at half-time on Sunday.


"I'm sure I put them right here next to my deodorant," said Tampa Bay's Rob Gronkowski to a teammate. The teammate was also missing his.


Kansas City Chiefs' players also reported missing garments. Tight End Travis Kelce told security officers, "You got to find them. They're my lucky pair. I've had them since high school."


An all-stadium announcement was made at the beginning of the third quarter asking those responsible to return the garments, no questions asked. Several players even offered a generous reward.


All support garments were reportedly returned by the end of the game. It is still unclear who took them and why.


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