3 firefighters arrested after Mets game

Three firefighters in Brooklyn were arrested near Citi Field following the Mets' home opener on Friday.

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News 12 Interactive (4/10/16)

BROOKLYN - Three firefighters in Brooklyn were arrested near Citi Field following the Mets' home opener on Friday.

Firefighters Michael Profeta, John Martin and Anthony Cardazone were all arrested, according to the Daily News.

The men were arrested inside McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon around 8:30 p.m. Friday following a fight, according to reports.

Police confirmed the arrests, and all three men are now facing assault and disorderly conduct charges.

The Daily News reports that the firefighters are all  based in Brooklyn, and one of them once posed for a New York firefighters calendar.

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