A Fan Was Arrested at Doja Cat's Indianapolis Concert for a "Bomb" Threat

A Doja Cat fan was arrested during the artist's Indianapolis concert on Saturday night for alerting people around him of an explosive.

The free event dubbed "AT&T's Playoff Playlist Live!" was hosted in support of Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship at Monument Circle. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, a fan wanted to get through the security line, threatening concertgoers of a "bomb" in his backpack. Witnesses took to alerting the police department, in which they searched his backpack and found nothing of the sort. He was subsequently arrested on the spot for outstanding warrants unrelated to the incident.

The AT&T concert marked Doja Cat's return to the stage since she was tested positive for COVID-19 prior to the iHeartRadio Jingle Bell Ball Tour last year.