'So unathletic': World Series field invader trolled with 'a*****e' chants amid botched escape attempt
Luke Lulevitch who failed to climb the wall after successfully evading the on-ground security and interrupting the game is charged with trespassing
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA: A fan identified as 20-year-old Luke Lulevitch of Wallingford tried to invade the field on Thursday, November 3, during a game of the World Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros at Citizens Bank Park. The invader besides facing charges of criminal trespassing is being trolled on the Internet for failing to climb the wall after successfully evading the on-ground security staff.
Game number five of the World Series wherein the incident occurred was clinched by the Astros. With a 3-2 win, the Astros are leading the championship and are just one game away from clinching the trophy. In the sixth inning, Lulevitch, who was wearing a red and blue Chase Utley jersey ran out onto the field and interrupted the play. Lulevitch who is also accused of disrupting meetings and defiant trespass initially attempted to elude security before aiming for the left-field wall. But as he tried to ascend, he failed miserably, leaving him defenseless against the authorities as they chased after him, reported Daily Mail.
The viral video shows, Lulevitch, after crossing the ground began climbing up the wall but couldn't pull himself up and dropped back to the ground. The three men chasing after him quickly pounce on him tackling him to the ground. The charges have been leveled against Lulevitch by Philadelphia Police who took him out of the ground with hands behind his back soon after pulling the stunt which he failed at.
As the incident unfolded in front of the spectators during the crucial phase of the game, they chanted "a*****e" in response to the stunt the intruder tried to pull.
The intruded, Lulevitch, is being trolled on Internet as well for failing to climb the wall and disrupting the game at an "important phase." Many believe that if he indeed was a Phillies fan then he has "hindered rather than help them." One user on Twitter wrote, "Dude needs start doing some pull-ups." Another user wrote, "He failed miserably." One said, "Unfortunately, upon viewing the video, we can see that this is just a terrible performance all around...smh be better." While another user said, "So unathletic."
He failed miserably— Evan Perkosky (@EvanPerkosky) November 4, 2022
Dude needs start doing some pull-ups.— Skip Vanpelt (@skip_vanpelt) November 4, 2022
Unfortunately, upon viewing the video, we can see that this is just a terrible performance all around...smh be better https://t.co/e9VmfCPsR5— Fanatic (@MoncadaEnjoyer) November 4, 2022
So unathletic— Jerry VanDorpe (@JDVanDorpe) November 4, 2022
A report by DailyStar said, "at the time of his intervention Jose Alvarado, who struggled throughout, was on the mound preparing to pitch to Alex Bregman. The disturbance prompted him to have to steady himself and get back in position before firing at Bregman."
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