The Seahawks have been accused of committing a cardinal sin: Selling watered-down beer to its famously passionate fan base.

And there are test results to prove it.

An investigative report by Seattle's KOMO News sent samples of six beers sold at Seahawks games for testing at a laboratory.

All six of the beers were found to contain alcohol at lower concentrations than advertised. The most egregious case was Budweiser, which tested at just 4.4 percent ABV despite being advertised at 5 percent.

That's 12 percent less alcohol in each can than what consumers thought they were getting. Federal law prohibits beer from containing any more than 0.3 percent less alcohol than advertised.

Anheuser-Busch, which owns five of the six beers sold at CenturyLink Field, insisted that there was no tampering done do the beer, and that it is the same beer fans buy anywhere else in the country.

But KOMO found many fans who were disgruntled with the news, criticizing the football organization of being corrupted by money.

One fan did have a convenient solution: A little more pre-game binging before heading into the stadium. Here's the full report from KOMO:

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