The Meadowlands has released a new code of conduct cutting back the amount of time fans can tailgate before a game from seven hours to five. That means no more 6 A.M. Bloody Marys for Giants fans looking to get an early start at combating the stadium's strict alcohol policy which does not allow beer to be sold after halftime. The new code of conduct also requires fans to abstain from "foul or abusive language and obscene gestures and harassment of visiting team fans." Giants Stadium will also now have view-blocking banners hung on the spiral staircase where last year during halftime of Jets games women were strongly encouraged to reveal their breasts to leering fans below. Any season ticket holders ejected from games will have their yearly passes revoked.
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