A couple of protesters didn’t go too far with their signs when they ran into the field during Wednesday’s Dodgers game – ‘because the security of the stadium let them down to the ground in seconds.
The wild scene is down in LA – when the Dodgers play diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium.
You can see the footage captured by the fan on the stand … A man carrying a large sign invaded the outskirts.
Soon, however, he tackled the grass – and then jumped out of 5 other crews.
Meanwhile, while he was trying to outdo the first protesters, the second jumped into the field. Immediately, though, the fan was knocked to the ground by a security guard.
Eventually, all protesters were taken off the field without any protest.
The symbols they hold represent the three low-income neighborhoods of Bishop, La Loma and Paulo Verde … and Chavez Ravine, removed in 1950 to build the Dover Stadium.
Of course, this is far from the first time that stadium officials have to bring down the ground attackers … You remember, the ball girl stopped the fan in her track in August.
Bottom line … If you plan to storm the ground, it’s best to avoid doing it at Dodger Stadium.