A Miami fan slapped a police officer - and he punched her back

Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said MDPD received a copy of the video and the investigation of the incident in Miami Gardens was ongoing.

A disturbing video has surfaced from No. 9 Miami's 28-10 win over No. 13 Virginia Tech on Saturday night.

In the video above, you can see a fan - identified as Bridget Frietas - being carried out of Miami's Hard Rock Stadium Saturday by four police officers.

Investigators said she placed her body into the back of her 2013 Nissan Altima for several days before moving it into the dumpster.

A violent altercation at a University of Miami football game between a fan and a police officer has resulted in the fan's arrest for felony battery.

It remains unclear what led to the woman being removed, or whether or not she was arrested.

With her eyes half-closed, Freitas flails with her open hand at Detective Douglas Ross, who is carrying her right leg.

A man throwing away garbage Sunday afternoon at the Tuscany Place Apartments in Miami-Dade County discovered her body and called 911, according to a news release. The 30-year-old nurse appears to attempt to slap one of the officers, misses, then lands a second slap.

The officer then hits her in the head with his right fist, causing the woman to crumble as she is carried out of camera range.

She was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct.