Come out with your pants up! Streaker turns infield into a Slip ‘N Slide during Nats’ rain delay

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A Nationals-Reds rain delay in Washington on Wednesday night turned into a tricky showdown between security and a resourceful streaker, who briefly escaped in the tarp roller before being picked up, arrested, charged and banned from the stadium for life.

The intruder, 26-year-old Jaquan Taylor of Southwest, DC, bypassed security by entering Nationals Park on a bicycle through an exit gate before dismounting and running into the outfield, where he quickly undressed, according to a report from the Metropolitan Police to DailyMail. .com.

With no security around to stop him, the streaker sprinted to the tarpaulin of the infield and raised his hands triumphantly, but he was far from done.

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A rain delay from Nats-Reds in Washington on Wednesday night turned into a tricky showdown between security and a resourceful streaker, who briefly escaped in the tarp roller before being picked up, arrested, charged and banned from the stadium for life.  In this photo, Jaquan Taylor can be seen getting out of the tarpaulin roller after being shot over the inner court

A rain delay from Nats-Reds in Washington on Wednesday night turned into a tricky showdown between security and a resourceful streaker, who briefly escaped in the tarp roller before being picked up, arrested, charged and banned from the stadium for life. In this photo, Jaquan Taylor can be seen getting out of the tarpaulin roller after being shot over the inner court

Taylor is taken off the tarp roller by security and at least one police officer

Taylor is taken off the tarp roller by security and at least one police officer

To the delight of the remaining crowd, Taylor then turned the infield tarpaulin into a (very) personal Slip’N’Slide, dipping his head over the rain-soaked mat in the direction of the tarp roller, giving him a escape plan. .

Taylor began to crawl through the long tarpaulin roll as security ran back and forth to determine his exit strategy. Finally, when guards were posted on both sides, Taylor surrendered peacefully.

Although he was still very naked, he wore a beaming smile when he was picked up.

He was charged with unlawful entry and committing lewd and obscene acts and could face up to 270 days in jail if convicted of both charges.

A Lexis-Nexis search on Taylor reveals he was previously charged with petty theft in Maryland in 2012.

To the delight of the remaining crowd, Taylor turned the infield tarpaulin into a (very) personal Slip'N'Slide, dipping his head over the rain-soaked mat in the direction of the tarp roller, giving him a plan of escape. yielded.

Taylor is seen on the infield tarpaulin during Wednesday's rain delay

To the delight of the remaining crowd, Taylor turned the infield tarpaulin into a (very) personal Slip’N’Slide, dipping his head over the rain-soaked mat in the direction of the tarp roller, giving him a plan of escape. yielded.

After turning the infield into a Slip'N'Slide, Taylor escaped into the tarp roller

After turning the infield into a Slip’N’Slide, Taylor escaped into the tarp roller

The intruder, 26-year-old Jaquan Taylor of Southwest, DC, bypassed security by entering Nationals Park on a bicycle through an exit gate before dismounting and running into the outfield, where he quickly undressed, according to a report from the Metropolitan Police to DailyMail.  .com

With no security around to stop him, the streaker sprinted to the infield tarpaulin and triumphantly raised his hands to the air, but he was far from done.

The intruder, 26-year-old Jaquan Taylor of Southwest, DC, bypassed security by entering Nationals Park on a bicycle through an exit gate before dismounting and running into the outfield, where he quickly undressed, according to a report from the Metropolitan Police to DailyMail. .com. With no security around to stop him, the streaker sprinted to the infield tarpaulin and triumphantly raised his hands to the air, but he was far from done.

Taylor, 26, enjoys a cold shower in the courtyard of Nationals Park after Wednesday night

Taylor, 26, enjoys a cold shower in the courtyard of Nationals Park after Wednesday night

Metro DC police described Taylor’s crazy attack in an incident report, calling him ‘S-1’.

‘S-1 entered the aforementioned location through an exit-only gate while riding the bike,’ read the report provided to DailyMail.com. S-1 bypassed authorized entry methods and was denied permission from the Washington Nationals to enter the stadium through an exit gate.

S-1 then got off a bicycle, ran down the stairs, jumped onto the baseball field, took off his clothes and fully exposed his entire body and penis to those in attendance, including children, and started running on the tarpaulin. S-1 was taken into police custody after entering a large black tube intended for the sail.

S-1 did not have Washington Nationals permission to enter the property, and S-1 did not have a valid ticket.

‘S-1 was subsequently banned for life by the Washington Nationals on 5/26/2021 and is not allowed to enter the property permanently. A copy of the block was also given to S-1. S-1 had been warned that failure to comply with the blockage would lead to his arrest for unlawful entry. S-1 verbally confirmed the parameters of the block.

“S-1 was identified by word of mouth, placed under arrest for unlawful access and lewd, indecent and obscene acts, and transported to the first district for processing.”

A spokesman for the Nationals has since confirmed to DailyMail.com that Taylor has been banned from the stadium for life.

Wednesday’s game of Reds-Nationals was suspended in the fourth inning and was to resume on Thursday-afternoon.

The rain sail covers the infield as the game is postponed due to bad weather, as the Cincinnati Reds play against the Washington Nationals on Thursday in the fourth inning at Nationals Park.

The rain sail covers the infield as the game is postponed due to bad weather, as the Cincinnati Reds play against the Washington Nationals on Thursday in the fourth inning at Nationals Park.

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