Wisconsin Eye Doctor Offers Referee free LASIK

By Jillian Marshall

September 26, 2012 Updated Sep 26, 2012 at 9:44 AM EDT

Oshkosh, WI (WBNG Binghamton) A Wisconsin eye care center is offering some clarity to the referee who made Monday night football's controversial call.

The Optivision Eye Care and LASIK Center offered the referee of the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks game, free LASIK surgery.

The eye care center says it hasn't contacted the NFL yet with its offer.

Dr. Gerald Clarke said, "Referee is a hazard to the population. If he gets out there driving with his eye sight the way it is - he can't see anything to the side, he can't see anything straight ahead, I'm afraid he's gonna kill somebody, so.. And maybe we can improve all the referees' vision this way too, this year."

Wisconsin Vision is putting billboards in Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wisconsin that offer free eye exams for any referees who worked Monday night's game.

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