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Professional protester ‘Jungle Bird’ laid out by Nationals security

- May 17th, 2014

Think back to 2012.

Remember the guy who left Bob Costas speechless at the 2012 U.S. Open?

While interviewing that year’s champ, Webb Simpson, the NBC host was upstaged by Jungle Bird, a guy who refers to himself as a professional video bomber, looking to bring about awareness for deforestation.

Here’s a refresher.

Jungle Bird appeared again at last night’s Washington Nationals-New York Mets game in the U.S. capital.

Let’s just say he was treated with a little less care this time around after running around the bases.

Check out the Ric Flair-like woo chop security lays on Jungle Bird.

It was a punishing blow the professional protester likely wasn’t expecting as he clearly had his arms out looking to get cuffed.

The deforestation protester was seriously chopped down to size.

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2 comments

  1. newbie | May 18, 2014 at 10:41 am

    The protestor was submitting to arrest, and the security person struck him. That is assault.

  2. Will | May 18, 2014 at 8:37 pm

    Is this what they call an “epic fail”? :-)

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