Would it really be a Super Bowl without streakers? (Yes)
On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs won the 2024 Super Bowl.
Many people watched the game. Others watched commercials or the halftime show. Many first-time viewers were really there just for the Taylor Swift content.
Not a single scene was on anyone’s Super Bowl menu: a streaker, or possibly more than one, running onto the field.
There was a streaker on the field at the Super Bowl
At approximately 6:14 (Pacific Time) on Sunday, a streaker came speeding onto the field during Super Bowl LVII.
Allegiant Stadium is not the first sports arena to feature streakers. Presumably, it won’t be the last.
Immediately, social media was filled with live viewers reporting on what they were seeing in real time. Some of them were journalists or famous, and others were simply people watching the game.
In addition to the reports, social media was immediately filled with videos of the streaker.
(And with the debate over whether this qualifies as a true “streaker”).
Video from multiple angles shows a man running onto the field near the Chiefs’ end zone.
This is (part of it) why there is security at the Super Bowl
Of course, security immediately pursued the streaker and tackled the man on the field near the 10-yard mark.
Naturally, security escorted the streaker off the field.
Some viewers believe the video depicts a second streaker – while others argue there was no streaker at all.
But is it really a streaker?
Social media users reported that the man appeared to be wearing pants.
It’s scary to run around with your body out.
It is possible to go on the field only in underwear of course Like PG, streaky.
But streaking while wearing pants without a shirt?
is that draw a lineOr just…loitering without permission?
Going topless at a football game is hardly unusual for men who are sports fans. Some people even paint themselves for the occasion.
“Oh, we’ve got people on the field!” Tony Romo said while commenting on the streaker.
“Oh my God, we do!” Jim Nantz agreed. “We got a streaker on the other one, well…”
Romo described: “There’s a partial streaker… shirt off.”
“Part streaker, yes,” Nantz confirmed again.
Then Romo announced with resignation and finality: “But we can’t talk about it.”
At that time, broadcasting came to a commercial level. Maybe that was for the best.
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