For most kids, the scenario running through their heads is always "Bottom of the ninth...down by three, bases loaded, two outs, and a full count, I'm up to bat." That's for most kids. Apparently for one fan in Milwaukee yesterday, his scenario was similar, only instead of being up to bat, he was on the field with no shirt on.

Midway through the Brewers' comeback against the Atlanta Braves, a fan ran out to join the action at American Family Field.

Video showed up all over Twitter and other social platforms as the guy ran out just past second base in centerfield, with nothing but shoes and jeans on.

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Stephen Watson via Twitter
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He danced around for a minute before running from security, successfully dodging them for a few moments before making a beeline for home plate.

He successfully dodged a tackle from a security guard right at the pitcher's mound on his way there.

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Stephen Watson via Twitter
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The guy tried to high five what looks to be Jace Peterson, who is just waiting to bat. Peterson didn't acknowledge him, and security tried to tackle him.

Stephen Watson via Twitter
Stephen Watson via Twitter
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With four security guards trying to pull him to the ground, this fool was not even hardly phased. They couldn't get him off of his feet, so they just surrounded him and walked him off of the field.

Stephen Watson via Twitter
Stephen Watson via Twitter
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MLB fans were upset about how long it took for security to take down the guy, because if he had wanted to do something nefarious, he had plenty of time and opportunity.

Check out the video:

Other fans commented with things like "I remember MY first beer," poking at the fact this guy probably had too much to drink.

As far as the way this dude looked.

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