Super Rugby news 2022: Streaker ‘absolutely crushed’ by security guard, video

A pitch invader in New Zealand has been “absolutely crushed” by a security guard during Friday’s Super Rugby Pacific match in Auckland.

A pitch invader in New Zealand has been “absolutely crushed” by a security guard during Friday night’s Super Rugby Pacific match in Auckland.

Footage has emerged of a shirtless man storming onto the pitch in the second half of the Blues’ 71-28 demolition of the Melbourne Rebels at Eden Park.

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After narrowly evading one of the ground staff, he was tackled to the grass by another security guard, drawing loud boos from the rowdy crowd.

“A streak has just been completely squashed at Eden Park,” sportswriter Guy Heveldt tweeted.

“I’m not sure I’ve ever seen success like that. Wow.

“The rebels should sign the security guard. Success of the year”.

Meanwhile, the woman who was accosted after running partially naked across the field during an NRL game last month has been sentenced in court.

Titans fan Javon Johnson jumped the fence during Parramatta’s win over Gold Coast at Cbus Super Stadium in April, with footage showing the 28-year-old being spectacularly tackled by a security guard before being escorted out. of the field.

Johnson appeared in Southport Magistrates Court last month and pleaded guilty to entering a major sports facility without permission.

He managed to avoid a conviction, but was given a three-month good conduct bond.

The woman previously accepted that she did something wrong, and despite arguments, the security guard’s entrance was too strong, saying she “got what she deserved.”

speaking to Tammy Barker & Bodge for breakfast at Triple M Cairns after the incident, Ms. Johnson admitted that she got carried away with the moment.

“I know exactly what I did. It’s been a bucket list thing and when your friends say, ‘I dare you to do it,’ you don’t really think you’re going to do it. It was such a surreal out-of-body experience,” she said.

“It’s the adrenaline of the crowd. You just hear this big roar and I was like, ‘I need to take my top off now. I was so close to getting my bra done, but I was like, ‘No…that’s a bit far.'”

The court invader also explained why she had no problem with the way the security guard handled her situation.

“I used to play AFL and rugby and I have three brothers, so being approached was not a problem,” he said.

“Honestly, the tackle was okay, it was more the amount of air I got. I guess it looks much worse. He could have grabbed me at that moment and I would have fallen.

“I think it’s fair game. I definitely took what I deserved. You should keep your job.”

Originally published as Super Rugby streak ‘absolutely crushed’ by security guard

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