A streaker at Tuesday’s Texas-Texas A&M baseball game in College Station was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct and exposure, the Houston Chronicle reported.
The streaker turned out to be 19-year-old Texas A&M freshman cross country athlete Spencer Werner. He was released from jail Wednesday after his $2,800 bail was posted, according to Brazos County jail records.
During the fifth inning, Werner ran onto the field wearing just compression shorts, gloves and a Darth Maul mask. “Trump 2024” was written on his chest, and he also held a sign that read “Longhorns suck.” At one point, he exposed his backside toward the crowd.
Werner ultimately tried to climb the center field fence, but authorities apprehended him and arrested him.
Here’s a clip of Werner running around the field at Blue Bell Park.
Half-hearted streaker at Texas at Texas A&M baseball game. Never seen that here 🤷♂️: pic.twitter.com/0v7D9sXs3I— Brent Zwerneman (@BrentZwerneman) March 29, 2023
Werner has since been suspended from the cross country team, according to The Eagle. He was named the SEC men’s freshman runner of the week in September.