From left: Gurdeep Singh, Pavitar Singh, Amrinder Singh, Varinder Mahli and Amandeep Singh Randhawa, all of Fresno. The three men wearing turbans were hassled by security at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego while trying to enter a football game Dec. 6.
From left: Gurdeep Singh, Pavitar Singh, Amrinder Singh, Varinder Mahli and Amandeep Singh Randhawa, all of Fresno. The three men wearing turbans were hassled by security at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego while trying to enter a football game Dec. 6. Courtesy of Amrinder Singh
From left: Gurdeep Singh, Pavitar Singh, Amrinder Singh, Varinder Mahli and Amandeep Singh Randhawa, all of Fresno. The three men wearing turbans were hassled by security at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego while trying to enter a football game Dec. 6. Courtesy of Amrinder Singh

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