Man Banned From Browns Stadium After Streaking at Browns Preseason Game (Updated)

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Update: Anthony Saveriano, who made a Browns preseason game watchable after streaking on the field, is now banned from the stadium and must spend his clothed time cleaning up the Muni Lot, home to all detritus and waste human beings are capable of producing, the next four home Sunday Browns games. Also: a written public apology to the city and Browns fans are forthcoming. We hope those come in video form.

(Via WEWS)

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Here are three videos of the streaker who triumphantly made his way across the sod at Browns Stadium last night during the game. There's so much magic to digest here.

First, a video from his buds filming the pre-streak pep talk and activities.

Second, those same folks capturing his jump onto the field and the Lions' player who twice shoved him to the ground.

Third, some full-ass action as the streaker rebounds from the Lions' hit and makes his way, somehow, all the way to the tunnel without being caught. That is, of course, until he gets caught.

The best part: When he casually yanks down his shorts to go full frontal just before some unfortunate soul tasked with stopping him has to put his head down dangerously close to the runner's nether regions and tackle Mr. Nekkid.

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