For the second time in 10 days, a man has attempted to streak down a football field completely in the buff.
Unlike the first attempt, though, the second runner didn't make a clean getaway.
The first incident happened Sept. 7 at a high school game between Seminole High School in Seminole, Fla.
At the beginning of the fourth quarter, a masked stranger appeared on the field in the buff and managed to bob and weave over the field, eluding security guards before jumping over two fences into a getaway car that drove up in the nick of time.
The latest incident occurred Saturday at the Texas-Ole Miss game in Oxford, Miss., just before halftime.
That's when a man attending the game tried to take Ole Miss fans off of the 31-10 Texas blowout by running onto the field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in only his boxer shorts, according to Yahoo! Sports.
This time, it seemed that either the security guards were better prepared or the streaker hadn't thought things through.
Unlike the "Seminole Stripper," who was fast on his feet and had a getaway car perfectly timed for his getaway, the as-yet unidentified streaker in Mississippi was slow and lumbering and, as a result, was quickly (and painfully) tackled by a security guard, much to the chagrin of Gabe Zaldivar, a pop culture reporter for BleacherReport.com.
"We lost a great deal of respect for this streaker when he runs onto the field with what appears to be shorts," Zaldivar wrote. "I could be wrong, but it looks like he may in fact be wearing something, covering up one of the more modest frat boys ever."
Ole Miss lost the game 66-31.