Brewers fan leads 6 security guards in Wild Goose Chase


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  • A baseball fan stormed the field during the Braves-Brewers game at American Family Field
  • He then led six security guards on a wild goose chase, walking around and breaking the proverbial ankles of a security guard who slipped and hit the turf.
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The Atlanta Brewers and the Milwaukee Brewers faced off in a thriller on Wednesday. Milwaukee and Atlanta are both NL Pennant contenders and this game has undertones of MLB playoff intensity.

It looked like Brewers fans were in for a LONG day when Atlanta opened the top of the 3rd inning with 4 runs. The Brewers then slowly retreated with 2 runs in the 4th, 1 in the 6th, then 1 run in the late 9th to send the game into extra innings. Milwaukee ultimately prevailed with Keston Hiura hitting a home run in the bottom of the 11th after being called THIS MORNING from Triple-A.

Most of the crowd was on their feet for the unlikely home run, but one Brewers fan wasn’t there to see it. He had been pulled over by six (or more) security guards after storming the field in his flesh-colored t-shirt and runner sunglasses. Then he led security on a wild goose chase as he made his athletic way around the pitch, sending a security guard flying with the proverbial broken ankles.

Brewers fan leads 6 security guards in Wild Goose Chase

Aaaand here’s the same video set to ‘Yakety Sax’ because every good ‘fan runs on the field’ video needs the Yakety Sax soundtrack. I don’t know why this is marked as “potentially sensitive content”, but it’s the video above with a new soundtrack.

Here’s another angle of the fan escaping security…

Security guards showed remarkable composure when they finally wrapped up the shirtless Brewers fan. I was a little surprised that the guy who got kicked out of his shoes wasn’t HOT and HOT, but they are clearly professionals.

Also, until I went to Getty Images to look for licensed photography from the Braves-Brewers game, I was 100% sure this fan was shirtless. Same TMZ Sports published an article calling him shirtless. But forget about security, someone has to call the fashion police on this guy for wearing a flesh-colored t-shirt with this complexion.

And correct me if I’m wrong, but does he wear clear racing goggles for better aerodynamics?


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