Lions ban streaking fan

MATT KIELTYKA, QMI AGENCY

, Last Updated: 9:54 AM ET

VANCOUVER -- Pacific National Exhibition staff at Empire Field have seen too much of one fan.

So much so, that the brave -- and very naked -- streaker at Friday's B.C. Lions loss against the Montreal Alouettes has been banned from the venue.

"He won't be allowed back in the venue," said PNE spokesperson Laura Balance. "That's going to be the last thing he'll remember about going to the games."

Sporting only a pair of runners and black socks, the unidentified man took to the field during the second half and nearly ran the entire length of the field.

The crowd roared as the butt-naked man burst through a team huddle, squared off against a defensive line of security guards and broke a couple tackles before ending up at the bottom of a dog pile 15 yards from B.C.'s end zone.

The man was whisked away by security and handed over the Vancouver police, but there is no word on any possible charges .

Balance summed up the incident as "disrespectful."

"We've seen it at other venues, when someone is bound and determined to do it, they will find a way," said Balance.


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