Batman Streaker Takes over Patriots vs. Ravens Sunday Night Game

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There was a Batman sighting at Sunday night's clash between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots. 

It wasn't the Batman that most of the nation will recognize, but one that some of you will remember from a Baltimore Orioles' game back in April (h/t SportsGrid).

This time around (h/t Hot Clicks), the streaker known as Batman took to M&T Bank Stadium like he was lurking around Gotham, trying to thwart bullying one zany moment at a time. 

A couple things to note. First, the man affectionately known as Batman is rocking a cape that dons the face of comedian Ellen DeGeneres. 

Second, his chest carries the message of, "Don’t Be A Bully." 

Carrying such a noble message to the fans may be the reason he is allowed what seems like forever to parade around the field without security getting to him. 

That, or security was just too caught up debating the mess the replacement refs were making like the rest of the country. 

Baltimore Sports Report tells us that the streaker, Mark Harvey, was given the cape by DeGeneres, who later stated, "I don’t want to encourage behavior like that, but I will enable it."

Harvey has pretty much exhausted Baltimore franchises, so we look forward to him showing up at other venues across the east coast. 

He will be the streaker with tiny shorts on and a long-flowing cape. 

 

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