Baltimore 'Streaker:' an Idiot or a Hero?
At the Baltimore Ravens game on Sunday night, a man ran around on the field promoting a message.
The NBC cameras cut away before Mark Harvey could be seen running around on the field during Sunday night's Ravens game against the Patriots.
But that doesn't mean his antics weren't seen. Here they are recorded by fans, who cheered and jeered Harvey as he busted dance moves while avoiding security.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Harvey is 26 and from Severn. On Sunday, he ran around the field wearing a cape and tight-fitting short shorts. On his chest, he had painted "Don't be a bully, be a superhero."
The "official video" of the stunt had a biggerthanbullying.com watermark on it on YouTube.
Baltimore police removed Harvey from the field on Sunday, and officials said they would have more information later Monday on charges.
The Biggerthanbullying.com website is basic, with a few paragraphs of text and a link to the shop. In the text, someone identified as Harvey writes that people need to use their super powers "to make friends, stand-up for one another, and ultimately make 'bullying' just another word in the dictionary."
There's also a link to the website's online store where $20 T-shirts that read "Don't be a bully. Be a Super Hero" are sold, along with $5 bumper stickers and wrist bands.
Some websites have started calling Harvey "Baltimore Batman." It is unclear from the bullying website how T-shirt profits are used.
Harvey previously gained notoriety after he ran onto the field at Camden Yards during an Orioles game on April 9 and proceeded to run around the entire outfield, before being restrained by security, according to the Washington Post. For that incident, he was banned for life from Camden Yards.
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