Masked streaker makes a slick getaway at a Seminole High football game (video)

As the streaker neared the first fence with two security guards following close behind, the crowd had no idea what to expect. Would he be form tackled by guards itching to relive their glory days on the gridiron? Would he rip his nut sack while attempting to climb the fence? True to his superhero motif, the masked streaker leaped the first fence in a single bound. He fumbled a bit on the landing, but quickly recovered and started scaling the second fence with the guards in hot pursuit. When he hit the ground, a getaway car pulled up right on cue, whisking the streaker to freedom.


Aspiring streakers should study this video to better understand the mysterious sport/performance art. It is not enough just to be naked in public. You should have a gimmick, like a superhero mask, to express your streaking style. You should also be in as good of shape as most of the athletes on the field, as you may have to outrun a few of them looking to be heroes. And, most importantly, streaking does not have to be an individual event. Having a partner who shares your artistic vision is always a bonus, especially if he is willing to serve as your getaway driver.


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Masked streaker makes a slick getaway at a Seminole High football game (video)
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The students at Seminole High School's homecoming game roared last Friday as one of their own sprinted toward the end zone with his pursuers in tow. Their cheers only grew when he ran off the sidelines instead of crossing the goal line. It did not matter that he was not carrying the ball, or that he was not in uniform. He was armed only with a Spiderman mask, his rabbit-like reflexes, and a vision of streaking perfection — which turned out to be more than enough.

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