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(Twitter) Video Crazy fan runs on to field during White Sox game, likely sentenced to 2 weeks with no Xbox and 8:30 bedtime   (twitter.com) divider line
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404 clicks; posted to Sports » on 18 Aug 2022 at 3:50 AM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-08-17 11:22:04 PM  
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2022-08-17 11:24:26 PM  
My mom would'a paddled my ass redder than a cranberry.
 
2022-08-17 11:45:07 PM  
Hit the parents with the $1,000 fine and a lifetime ban instead?
 
2022-08-18 6:25:54 AM  
Many years later at the bar, "And that's how I got my first felony."
 
2022-08-18 6:28:35 AM  

soopey: Many years later at the bar, "And that's how I got my first felony."


You think its a felony? His kept his clothes on and didn't try to fight anybody.
 
2022-08-18 7:33:19 AM  
So they won't show fans on the field to "give them fame and attention" but if there's a mass shooter, they plaster their name and face everywhere. Makes sense.
 
2022-08-18 7:34:06 AM  

soopey: Many years later at the bar, "And that's how I got my first felony."


It's criminal trespassing at most.
 
2022-08-18 7:38:01 AM  
How weak. Security didn't even try to taze this kid. You have to send a strong message to discourage kids from this kind of behavior or next thing you know, entire hordes of them will be pulling this little stunt.
 
2022-08-18 7:46:14 AM  
You can't blame the kid. He got separated from his father at a White Sox game, of course the first place he's going look for him is the first base line to see if he's beating up an opposing coach.... and if he needs some help.

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2022-08-18 8:07:41 AM  

soupafi: So they won't show fans on the field to "give them fame and attention" but if there's a mass shooter, they plaster their name and face everywhere. Makes sense.


I just read an article this morning about a woman who managed to become a millionaire by strategically jumping onto the field during the super bowl. Now she has a business where she tells other people how to become social media influencers.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/17/sports/football/fame-kelly-kay-green-super-bowl.html

We have a narcissism problem in this world.
 
2022-08-18 10:27:37 AM  
The most exciting thing at a major league baseball game is when a 12-year-old walks along the field.
 
2022-08-18 11:06:07 AM  
describing a White Sox fan as crazy is redundant.
 
2022-08-18 11:07:46 AM  
America: Where you can be 12 and pumping your fists in the air in joy while you commit a crime that normally carries a four-figure fine and a large crowd will cheer you on.

And we wonder why we've got issues.
 
2022-08-18 11:37:04 AM  

soupafi: soopey: Many years later at the bar, "And that's how I got my first felony."

It's criminal trespassing at most.


Illinois or the City of Chicago (I forget which) passed a law/ordinance about 10-ish years ago making it a felony to run on the field while a game is being played. It was in response to a rash of bad fan shenanigans at sporting events in the city, notably the incident shown above where a father and son duo jumped the first base coach of the Royals in middle of a game. There was also an incident where a fan stole a hat from a Dodger at a game at Wrigley and got in a fight with the player.

/they'd be stupid to throw the book at a kid though
 
2022-08-18 1:21:43 PM  
I'm thinking the parents purposely put their kid on the field in a "They wouldn't tackle a kid and you'll get famous on youtube for it" kind of way way of thinking.

I mean they are Sox fans.
 
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