It’s still spring training for MLB security teams, as an Idiot On The Field in San Francisco tonight was able to scamper around the field for close to 60 seconds—tagging second base along the way—before being accosted by the cops.
Tonight’s national broadcast of the Broncos-Chiefs game featured an Idiot On The Field in Kansas City, and like most national games Kevin Harlan was calling play-by-play on Westwood One radio. Since his call of the Idiot in San Francisco earlier this season was one of the year’s best moments in sports, we’ll give it…
Idiots On The Field once again stormed a lousy Monday Night Football game tonight, which means their eventual punishment at the arms of New Jersey state troopers got called live on Westwood One radio by Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason.
When freelance photojournalist Ian Bradshaw went to Twickenham Stadium in the spring of 1974 to cover a rugby union friendly between England and France, he expected to shoot nothing more than another bloodbath between two fierce rivals. He returned instead with an instantly iconic photograph that signaled the start of…
This is what happens, sometimes, to Idiots On The Field. More video follows:
An Idiot On The Field interrupted tonight’s Rams-49ers game, perhaps as bored with it as anyone watching at home was. Not yet known: the Idiot’s opinion on Ryan Lochte.
Tonight’s Dancing With The Stars episode went to an emergency break when an apparent Idiot invaded the set while judges attempted to critique swimmer Ryan Lochte’s performance.
This Euro 2016 has been somewhat of a security nightmare, and so it’s no surprise an Idiot made it onto the pitch of today’s final and turned it into the venue for a floor exercise.
Today’s miserable extra time of the Poland-Portugal Euro 2016 quarterfinal became a little more spicy when an idiot on the field invaded the pitch right in the middle of a Portuguese offensive run. Tough luck, Ronaldo.
Idiots On The Field usually conduct their shenanigans during breaks in the action, but this hooligan in Seattle rushed out between two Mariners outfielders attempting to haul in a fly ball in the fifth inning against the Cardinals. Reader Ethan sent some video of the Idiot getting sacked:
Click through for his political statement:
Today’s A’s-Astros game in Houston came to a screeching, but patriotic, halt in the bottom of the fourth after a fan rushed the field bearing what we’re told was an American flag. U-S-A! U-S-A!
A groundsman attempts to tackle a streaker during the Gold Cup Day of Cheltenham Festival at Cheltenham racecourse on March 18, 2016 in Cheltenham, England.
Yesterday’s FA Cup match between Eastleigh and Bolton featured a pitch invader on a mission—one that, despite his obvious interference, didn’t manage to stop play. The referee gave the advantage, and the Idiot On The Field fell on his ass.
Antone Exum Jr. is known for being a helpful guy, and his spirit got the best of him today in Oakland when a fan ran onto the field and got taken down by the Vikings defensive back.
A lot of idiots have made their appearances at RFK Stadium, but it was one Idiot whose pitch invasion interrupted today’s D.C. United-New York Red Bulls and led to the hooligan getting sacked—in the American football sense of the term.
Dumbasses trying to make scripted grappling “real to them” have increased their attempts to invade the pro wrestling ring, and one such Idiot made it in as a pretend secret guest on tonight’s WWE pay-per-view (the real secret: Chris Jericho). His reward? The usual: getting sacked by WWE security.
It’s a miracle, given the proximity to and fanatical attitudes of fans at live wrestling events, that Idiots On The Field don’t turn up more often. But it happened tonight in Baltimore, as someone invaded the set and actually managed to hang around a bit during Seth Rollins’s ring entrance on WWE Raw.
Il est une tradition à nulle autre pareille.
A presumably Armenian Idiot invaded the pitch during the first half of today’s Euro 2016 qualifier and, unlike American Idiots On The Field, actually earned some decent attention and play-by-play from ESPN’s announcing team.