Advertisements
The shirtless streaker sprints onto the field and is shortly afterwards eliminated by a Kansas City Chiefs safety

Kansas City Chiefs safety Harold Jones-Quartey collapses a shirtless streaker that invaded the field at NFL preseason game

  • The tackle happened during a game between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs
  • Jones-Quartey jumps on the intruder after being chased by guards
  • The video, posted on Twitter, captures the incredible take-down during the game
Advertisements

A shirtless streaker sprints to a soccer field, but is knocked down by the safety of a Kansas City Chiefs.

Advertisements

Harold Jones-Quartey jumps on top of the intruder, who pulled off his gray t-shirt while standing on the field.

The man, who has not yet been identified, ran on Thursday during the NFL preseason game of Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs.

You can hear fans cheering as he is brought to the floor quickly.

The shirtless streaker sprints onto the field and is shortly afterwards eliminated by a Kansas City Chiefs safety

The shirtless streaker sprints onto the field and is shortly afterwards eliminated by a Kansas City Chiefs safety

Photos show Harold Jones-Quartey on top of the intruder, who took off his gray t-shirt while already on the field
Advertisements

Photos show Harold Jones-Quartey on top of the intruder, who took off his gray t-shirt while already on the field

Photos show Harold Jones-Quartey on top of the intruder, who took off his gray t-shirt while already on the field

He was chased by guards and police officers, but around the 25-yard line he was knocked down by Mr. Jones-Quartey, the New York Post reports.

Photos show the man who is being led away by officials while bewildered fans watch.

The game, played at the Lambeau Field stadium in Wisconsin, was won by the Green Bay Packers 27 to 20.

Advertisements

The man was accused of resisting arrest and unlawful conduct at a public event, Huffington Post reports.

The man, who has not yet been identified, ran on Thursday during the NFL preseason game of Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. He was chased by guards and police officers, but was shot down by Mr. Jones-Quartey

The man, who has not yet been identified, ran on Thursday during the NFL preseason game of Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. He was chased by guards and police officers, but was shot down by Mr. Jones-Quartey

The man, who has not yet been identified, ran on Thursday during the NFL preseason game of Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. He was chased by guards and police officers, but was shot down by Mr. Jones-Quartey

This is not the first time that daring streakers have interrupted football matches.

In the 2004 Super Bowl, the infamous British streaker Mark Roberts slipped onto the field and undressed to reveal only a G-string

Advertisements

He then did an Irish mold in midfield just before the start of the second half.

In 2012, a man in a match between the Seminole Rebels and the Dixie Hollins Warhawks sprinted a red Spider-Man mask to the field.

He hopped two gates to avoid the catch before boarding a flight vehicle.

The streaker continued during the game at the Lambeau Field stadium in Wisconsin, which was won by the Green Bay Packers with 27 to 20

The streaker continued during the game at the Lambeau Field stadium in Wisconsin, which was won by the Green Bay Packers with 27 to 20

The streaker continued during the game at the Lambeau Field stadium in Wisconsin, which was won by the Green Bay Packers with 27 to 20

Photos show the man who is being led away by officials while bewildered fans watch. He was accused of resisting arrest and unlawful conduct at a public event, HuffPost reports
Advertisements

Photos show the man who is being led away by officials while bewildered fans watch. He was accused of resisting arrest and unlawful conduct at a public event, HuffPost reports

Photos show the man who is being led away by officials while bewildered fans watch. He was accused of resisting arrest and unlawful conduct at a public event, HuffPost reports

. [TagsToTranslate] Dailymail