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An off-duty cop was dragged out of a Mets game in handcuffs last night after he tried to sneak into a better seat at Citi Field, police sources said.

Eduardo Cornejo, 30, was cornered by stadium security officials during the Mets game against the Cincinatti Reds at about 9:30 p.m., sources added.

Cornejo, a 7-year veteran assigned to the 67th Precinct in Brooklyn, refused to return to his seat and was collared on charges of criminal trespass, sources said.
New York Post

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