2021 Super Bowl Streaker Stops Fourth Quarter Before Getting Tackled by Security
By Zach Seemayer
It's almost a Super Bowl tradition at this point! As has happened several times in previous years, Sunday's big game was brought to a halt by a streaker who ran out into the midst of the game.
Super Bowl LV was in the final moments of the fourth quarter as Tampa Bay Buccaneers trounced the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
The score had been lopsided for the better part of the entire night, so one particularly brazen fan decided to liven things up by somehow sneaking past security and streaking across the field -- albeit, while wearing a pair of what looked to be black boxers and a pink swimsuit.
After hitting the field, the streaker managed to avoid security officials who were chasing him, and even did a spin move to dodge one guard.
Despite the interruption, many fans were happy to see something unexpected. By the time the unidentified prankster ran out, Tom Brady had led the Buccaneers to a 31-9 lead, and things seemed a big set in stone at that point.
So it was no wonder than many viewers took to social media to celebrate what was considered by some to be a highlight of the evening.
After the streaker was delicately removed from the man-shaped hole in the earth that was formed when he was pressure-slammed into the ground, the game resumed -- and ended basically exactly as everyone knew it would from the start of the second half.
Brady led the Buccaneers to their second Super Bowl championship, and Brady's career seventh, with a final score of 31-9.
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