The Chicago Bears players weren't the only ones being shoved around Soldier Field in their 31-15 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Monday.

According to the Chicago Sun Times, Richard Kohnke of New Orleans was charged with one count of simple battery by the Chicago Police for pushing Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey during Monday's game.

According to a Bears spokesman, the incident occurred when McCaskey found Kohnke, 58, sitting in his seat in the stadium and they had a conversation about it. The spokesman says McCaskey went to get security in the concourse level and was pushed in the back by the fan, but the blow did not require medical attention.

Kohnke was ejected from the stadium and arrested.

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Kohnke is a criminal defense attorney in New Orleans. Perhaps one of his better known cases was his defense of former Tulane linebacker Trent Mackey, who was accused of committing armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery in July 2012. With Kohnke representing him alongside another attorney, Mackey was acquitted in the case a year later.