Streaker invades the field during the San Diego Padres’ home rout of the Minnesota Twins

Streaker wearing nothing but star-spangled underwear shows off some impressive juke moves to send a security guard tumbling at the San Diego Padres game – before he is tackled to the ground and chucked out!

A streaker led security on a wild chase as they invaded the field during the San Diego Padres’s win against the Minnesota Twins Friday. 

The Padres hit season highs in homers (five) and extra-base hits (seven) in a 10-1 home rout of the Minnesota Twins Friday. 

One fan was clearly bored of the Padres’ blowout and decided to liven up the on-field action at Petco Park. 

A streaker invaded the field during the San Diego Padres’ win over the Minnesota Twins Friday

The field invader led security on a wild chase across the outfield in nothing but his underwear

The field invader led security on a wild chase across the outfield in nothing but his underwear

The shirtless fan, who wore nothing but stars-and-stripes underwear and white sneakers, decided to interrupt the 10-1 laugher by invading the open field. 

His venture lasted about 20 seconds as he ran circles around the guards and even got one impressive juke, putting a guard onto the ground while dodging an outstretched arm.

The invader slipped a couple of times himself as he tried to evade the security personnel before four of them managed to tackle him to the ground. 

The aftermath of the incident is unclear but it is unlikely the fan will be making a return trip to Petco Park anytime soon. 

His venture lasted about 20 seconds as he ran circles around the guards

He even got one impressive juke before slipping himself

His venture lasted about 20 seconds as he ran past the guards and got one impressive juke

The streaker was eventually cornered by four security personnel

The staff managed to tackle him to the ground

The streaker was eventually cornered by four security personnel and tackled to the ground

Padres manager Bob Melvin was hoping his team’s power surge was there to stay after San Diego followed two losses in a three-game series in Detroit with their most impressive slugging game of the season.

‘We needed it, and it proved we could do it,’ Melvin said after five different Padres homered on Friday. 

‘You hope it carries over. We got two runs in the first on that towering home run (46-degree launch angle) by Luke Voit, which was big. And we kept slugging. Hopefully, this carries on for a while.’

However, the Padres could not maintain as they stumbled Saturday, losing 7-4 before bouncing back with a 3-2 win Sunday night. 

The Padres hit season highs in homers (five) and extra-base hits (seven) in  the 10-1 home rout

The Padres hit season highs in homers (five) and extra-base hits (seven) in  the 10-1 home rout

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