They say weather can make people do some crazy things.
Apparently that includes making a run for the field at Ameritrade Park during a College World Series rain delay.
A man jumped over the outfield railing during the delay as fans waited for Oklahoma State to take on Arizona in the nightcap.
#CWS @WORLDSTAR ?????? pic.twitter.com/dQJGFYYKRh
— Trey Hubers (@trey_hubers03) June 21, 2016
It is unclear whether the man took to the field to retrieve a beach ball he is seen grabbing or if it was simply a souvenir found along the way.
We got a runner at #CWS pic.twitter.com/EmBU9DT7v3
— Miranda (@mirandamittan38) June 21, 2016
Fans cheered as the man made a run for the stands with stadium staff members not far behind.
— Leighton Kaluza (@ljkaluza) June 21, 2016
OmahaSportsInsider.com is still working to confirm if the man was caught and what potential punishment he may face.
This is the first on-filed incident of the 2016 College World Series but not the first in CWS history. At least three fans made a fun for field back in 2013.
Fans who take to the field could face up to $500 in fines and six months in jail, according to Omaha city prosecutors quoted after a 2013 story.
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