The county’s official disputes claim that hot water was cut off to the Chiefs’ locker room after the game


An Erie County, N.Y., official poured cold water on the idea that the Chiefs had nothing but cold water in the locker room at Highmark Stadium after their win over the Bills on Sunday.

Addressing Chiefs attack Donovan Smith shared a message on social media claiming that hot water had been intentionally turned off.

“We got L and they shut off our hot water…good thing we got this Dub today,” Smith wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

Looks like someone was being a bad sport.

But Erie County Press Secretary Peter Anderson said it was impossible to cut off the hot water supply to the president’s dressing room.

this is not true“There is no way to turn off hot water on one side or the other,” Anderson wrote in an email to The Daily Beast. “There are two large hot water tanks that supply the dressing rooms at home and abroad.”

Anderson suggested that any hot water issue for the Chiefs may have been due to the number of people in the stadium.

“It’s no different than it is in your home; “When water flows continuously, it will have difficulty keeping up with demand,” Anderson wrote.

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