CLEVELAND - As part of his punishment, a man who streaked at a Browns preseason game will have to clean the Municipal Lot after the Browns face off against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday.
Anthony Saveriano was banned from the stadium for life on Wednesday. A Cleveland Municipal Court judge also sentenced him to clean up the Muni Lot following the next four Browns home games as his community service.
Other stipulations of the sentence include: writing a public apology to the City of Cleveland and Browns fans, $200 fine, plus court costs, and 180 days in jail, which were all suspended.
Saveriano, of Northfield, Ohio, was charged with criminal trespassing and public indecency.
The 20-year-old sprinted onto the field during the Browns’ preseason game against the Detroit Lions.
Saveriano was hit by Lions running back Joique Bell but kept on going until he was ultimately taken down just past the end zone by a Browns employee.
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