Wearing nothing but starry undergarments, Streaker shows off some cool moves to dispatch a security guard who stumbles into a San Diego Padres game – before he’s slammed to the ground and driven out!
- Padres hit their all-time high of the season as they beat the Minnesota Twins 10-1 on Friday
- However, no fan seems to be enjoying the San Diego explosion
- A spectator evaded security as he ran into the open field at Petco Park
- They got one impressive jock before they were thrown to the ground by four guards
An assailant led security in a wild pursuit as they invaded the field during the San Diego Padres’ win against the Minnesota Twins on Friday.
Padres hit season highs in homers (five) and extra base hits (seven) in a 10-1 home defeat of the Minnesota Twins Friday.
Apparently one fan got bored of the Padres explosion and decided to get the action moving on the pitch at Petco Park.
He conquered the field as the San Diego Padres beat the Minnesota Twins on Friday
The field invader led security on a wild chase across the stadium in nothing but his underwear
The shirtless cheerleader, who was dressed only in striped underwear, stars and white sneakers, decided to interrupt the 10-1 game of laughter by conquering the open field.
His adventure lasted about 20 seconds while he circled around the guards and even got one great game to go, placing a guard on the ground while dodging his outstretched arm.
The invader slipped several times trying to escape from the security forces before four of them were able to catch him on the ground.
What’s after the accident is unclear but the fan is unlikely to make a return trip to Petco Park anytime soon.
His adventure lasted about 20 seconds when he passed the guards and got one impressive jock
Finally, four security personnel surrounded the hook and it was pushed to the ground
Padres coach Bob Melvin was hoping his team’s surge of strength was there to stay after San Diego followed two losses in a three-game streak in Detroit with its most impressive running game of the season.
“We needed it, and it’s proven we can do it,” Melvin said after hosting five different Padres on Friday.
‘I hope it continues.’ We got two strokes in the first on that uphill run (46-degree launch angle) by Luke Voit, which was big. And we kept slowing down. We hope this continues for a while.
However, Padres couldn’t keep the match as they faltered on Saturday, losing 7-4 before rebounding again with a 3-2 win on Sunday night.
Padres hit season highs in Homer (five) and extra base kicks (seven) in a 10-1 home defeat.