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Read the article below from Wall Street Journal before watching the video. This fan ran into the field during a Phillies game and didn’t listen to the police.  What does he expect to happen?  If he had read Rollin a few weeks back, (Real or Fake), this idiot would have realized that Taser guns hurt real fucking bad.  What seemed to be a good idea quickly turned bad. I wish he had gotten more than just a quick jolt.   TMTMTL@RollinSD.com

Wall Street Journal

Surely you’ve seen Taser Boy by now. Didn’t anyone send you the ridiculous YouTube link? He’s the red-shirted 17-year-old imp who jumped on the field at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on Monday night, running in circles, waving a towel and generally behaving like, well, a 17-year-old desperate to get on YouTube.

That is, until he was swarmed by police and stadium officials and got himself Tasered. Suddenly, our 17-year-old imp crumpled to the turf, as if he’d been sacked by Lawrence Taylor. An invisible Lawrence Taylor.

It was the second straight incident like this at Citizens Bank Park. On Sunday evening, New York Mets ace Johan Santana was repeatedly Tasered by the Phillies, giving up 10 runs and four homers.

But Taser Boy seemed more like a goofball than a menace. He wore a Phillies NL Champions T-shirt and a pair of baggy khaki shorts. Sprinting amid the players, he didn’t look like trouble. He looked like he was trying to find a lawn seat at a Dave Matthews concert.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Tuesday that the kid’s name is Steve Consalvi, and he’s a high school senior on his way to Penn State. (Hell-o, Joe Paterno!) Mr. Consalvi reportedly phoned his father from the ballpark and asked for his permission to run on the field.

(He asked his dad for permission to run on the field! Talk about a close-knit father-son relationship. We can see the weepy best-seller already: “Electric Bond: A Father, A Son, A Ballpark and a Taser in the Latissimus Dorsi.”)

The elder Mr. Consalvi told the Inquirer that he advised his son not to jump, but Steve was adamant. “This would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience!” Wayne Consalvi recalled his son as saying. Steve made his move in the eighth inning….  for complete article    Wall Street Journal

That’s right. “Live with Regis, Kelly and Taser Boy.” Nobody would be shocked.

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