Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Vancouver Man Accused of Streaking Seattle Baseball Game Released on Conditions

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Vancouver Man Accused of Streaking Seattle Baseball Game Released on Conditions

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Vancouver man accused of streaking ballgame

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SEATTLE - Police allege a Vancouver man ran naked onto a baseball field during a game in Seattle because his friends bet him $89 dollars he wouldn't do it.

The Seattle City Attorney's office says David McClearn was charged after an incident during Saturday's game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Seattle Mariners.

A Seattle police arrest report says the game was stopped in the top of the ninth inning after a male fan took off all of his clothes and ran onto the field.

Investigators say approximately 40,000 fans looked on as he got close to second base before security officers stopped him and handed him over to police.

McClearn is charged with criminal trespass and was released on conditions, including being banned from Safeco Field, he must follow for six months. …

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