Three guards chased the streaker before it was tackled and escorted from the field

& # 39; Your binoculars would need BIG magnification & # 39 ;: Footy streaker sparks some very brutal comments from commentators when put down for security reasons

  • The streaker jumped over the fence and onto the field with just a few minutes
  • Three guards pursued the streaker before he was tackled and escorted
  • Streaker led to very cheeky comments from Ray Warren and Andrew Johns
  • The streaker faces a fine of $ 12,000 and up to 12 months in prison

A streaker made its way to the field during the NRL clash between the Tigers and the Pels on Sunday evening.

The footy fan jumped over the fence at Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta, in the west of Sydney, with just a few minutes left in the game.

Three guards chased the naked man before he was tackled and escorted from the field.

Three guards chased the streaker before it was tackled and escorted from the field

Three guards chased the streaker before it was tackled and escorted from the field

The streaker led to some very brutal comments from the hysterical commentators, Ray Warren and Andrew Johns.

& # 39; And we have a streaker on the pitch. Where are those binoculars? & # 39; Johns asked.

& # 39; You don't want to watch, & # 39; Warren replied.

& # 39; Oh yes I do, & # 39; said Johns, smiling.

& # 39; You don't need binoculars, I can assure you. Andrew, I'll tell you something, you should have a large magnification of them, & Warren joked.

Violating stripes on a field carries a maximum penalty of up to 12 months in prison and a fine of $ 12,000.

& # 39; You don't need binoculars, I can assure you. Andrew, I'll tell you something, you gotta have a big magnification, & Warren joked

& # 39; You don't need binoculars, I can assure you. Andrew, I'll tell you something, you gotta have a big magnification, & Warren joked

& # 39; You don't need binoculars, I can assure you. Andrew, I'll tell you something, you should have a large magnification of them, & Warren joked

The incident coincided with Tiger & # 39; s player Benji Marshall & # 39; s 300th game, who also saw his side 30-18 lose to the eels.

Marshall became the 38th player in the competition's history to reach the 300 game, but his party failed to do justice to the opportunity and shoot himself in the foot with sick discipline.

Mitchell Moses led the eels to victory on Sunday and placed them on the ladder of the top four.

Moses, who played against his former club, was great, set up two attempts and started seven goals out of seven attempts – including some tough attempts from the sidelines.

Brad Takairangi also ended with a hat trick when the eels finished in 20th place in sixth place, leaving them well positioned to charge the top four during the post-Origin period.

The incident coincided with Tiger & # 39; s player Benji Marshall & # 39; s (photo) 300th game

The incident coincided with Tiger & # 39; s player Benji Marshall & # 39; s (photo) 300th game

The incident coincided with Tiger & # 39; s player Benji Marshall & # 39; s (photo) 300th game

The Tigers lost 30-18 to the eels on Sunday evening, during the 300th game of Benji Marshall

The Tigers lost 30-18 to the eels on Sunday evening, during the 300th game of Benji Marshall

The Tigers lost 30-18 to the eels on Sunday evening, during the 300th game of Benji Marshall

The damage was done in the 10 minutes before halftime with Takairangi performing back-to-back attempts of consecutive sets, giving his team a 16-4 lead during the break.

Takairangi & # 39; s first came after 33 minutes after Parramatta was controversially handed over when Luke Brooks was ruled to be beaten after Blake Ferguson threw the ball into the field.

Repeated suggestions Ferguson & # 39; s body contacted, but the eels retained possession and took advantage of the opportunity.

The driving characteristics of the Tigers were sad in the first half, they only completed 10 of the 16 sets and the first time they ventured into the red zone of the sea level after the break, they turned it into points via David Nofoaluma.

The Tigers looked like they were coming back in two points when Corey Thompson called on a Nofoaluma grubber but he was ruled offside just for the eels to run onto the field and score through Ferguson.

The home team stayed in touch when Moses Mbye dribbled the ball out of a tackle and Robert Jennings made it 22-12.

But Takairangi & # 39; s third put the icing on the cake.

The 24,125-man crowd rose unanimously when Marshall came over the piece late but was stopped, only for Nofoaluma to get his second.

It was the second-straight loss for the Tigers because they had a golden opportunity to jump back to the top eight.

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