A Streaker With A Cause Interrupted the Ravens-Patrios Game Last Night (Video)
If you didn’t watch the primetime matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots last night, you missed a lot.
Not only did the Ravens rally from deficits of 13-0, 20-14, and 30-21 to win the game 31-30 on a last second field goal. And not only did Ravens WR Torrey Smith overcome the death of his little brother less than 24 hours before the game to give a stirring 127 yard, 2 touchdown performance. But the game also featured a rather notable interruption—namely, a streaker.
And not just any streaker, either. This guy ran out onto the field wearing just his underwear and a cape, and he had the words “Don’t be a bully, be a super hero” painted on his chest. His name is Mark Harvey, and he’s a self-professed anti-bullying crusader. This stunt? Just part of his campaign.
What else does Harvey do to “campaign” against bullying? Who knows. His website isn’t particularly informative.
Nevertheless, I have to say it’s refreshing to hear that somebody was making an ass of themselves (and getting roughed up by security) for a good cause rather than the usual reasons (i.e., too much beer).
Here’s some video of Harvey’s adventures shot by some of his associates at the stadium:
And here’s an ariel view shot from the blimp hovering over the game:
So, you heard him, kids: don’t be a bully.