Wearing nothing but star-studded underwear, Streaker pulls off some impressive juke moves to bring down a guard at the San Diego Padres game – before he’s knocked down and kicked out!
- The Padres hit the high point of the season with a 10-1 win over the Minnesota Twins on Friday
- However, one fan didn’t seem thrilled with San Diego’s blowout
- The spectator dodged security as he ran into the open field at Petco Park
- They got an impressive juke before four guards brought them to the ground
A streaker led security on a frenzy chase as they entered the field during the San Diego Padres’ win over the Minnesota Twins on Friday.
The Padres hit season-highs in home runs (five) and extra base hits (seven) in a 10-1 home win over the Minnesota Twins on Friday.
One fan was clearly bored with the Padres’ blowout and decided to liven up the action on the field at Petco Park.
A streaker invaded the field during Friday’s San Diego Padres win over the Minnesota Twins
The field intruder led security forces on a frenetic chase across the outfield in nothing but his underwear
Wearing nothing but stars and stripes underwear and white sneakers, the shirtless fan decided to interrupt the 10-1 laughter by invading the open field.
His endeavor lasted about 20 seconds as he ran circles around the guards and even scored an impressive juke, taking a guard to the ground while dodging an outstretched arm.
The intruder slipped a few times himself as he tried to dodge security guards before four of them managed to yank him to the ground.
The aftermath of the incident is unclear, but the fan is unlikely to be returning to Petco Park any time soon.
His endeavor lasted about 20 seconds as he ran past the guards and got an impressive juke
The speedster was eventually cornered by four security guards and thrown to the ground
Padres manager Bob Melvin was hoping his team’s power surge would continue after San Diego had their most impressive slugging game of the season in Detroit after two losses in a three-game streak.
“We needed it and it proved we could do it,” Melvin said after five different Padres scored a homer on Friday.
“You hope it continues. We had two runs in the first on that towering home run (46 degree starting angle) from Luke Voit, which was big. And we kept googling. Hopefully this will continue for a while.”
However, the Padres couldn’t hold their own as they stumbled on Saturday and lost 7-4 before bouncing back with a 3-2 win on Sunday night.
The Padres hit season-highs in home runs (five) and extra base hits (seven) in the 10-1 home loss