Florida lawmakers are working on bills to create criminal penalties for fans who rush a field or court at a sporting or entertainment.

There are 2 newly introduced bills in the Florida Legislature, according to WCTV.

One would make it a first-degree misdemeanor, which carries up to a year in jail and fines up to $2,500 if someone enters a “covered area” in a stadium or venue. This area is defined as “any area designated for use by players, coaches, officials, performers, or personnel administering a covered event that is on, or adjacent to, the area of performance or play.”

The bill also applies the same penalties to those who drop, toss, or throws any substance, object, or dangerous instrument in the “covered area” or at anyone in the area. A person who strikes slaps or kicks anyone while in the “covered area” will also face those penalties.

If passed, it would take effect on Oct. 1.