We’re guessing the new rule nowadays in social media is if a Twitter user decides to do something for “retweets,” that user better be prepared to follow through if the numbers start coming in.
This past Tuesday, the MLB All-Star Game was held in Citi Field under the bright lights of New York City. Not only did the fans that attended the game see the American League team throw a gem against the National League with the score of 3-0, the fans also witnessed a young man run onto the infield.
The guy who goes by the name of @MasoneDylan had apparently tweeted the below to everyone on Twitter before the game.
“1000 RT’s and ill run across the field. #ASG #CitiField”
As the game went on, Dylan provided his feed with additional tweets prior to him running onto the field.
“I hope I don’t get to 1k lmao”
“I have 24% I need to see it before my phone dies”
After receiving nearly 1,700+ retweets, Dylan had no choice but to be a man of his word.
“Holy Sh#t lmao”
“Lmao this is gonna be terrible”
“I hate all of you”
After all was set and done, Dylan did what he felt he needed to do.
“Alright… I guess have no choice… gonna try to get out by left field”
“Blame it on social media, love you all”
Watch Dylan get pummeled in the infield by one of the security guards and carried out of the stadium. Rumor has it that Dylan faces up to a year in jail. We’re not so sure the 1,000 “retweets” were worth it after all.
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