Down on the eighth inning Monday night in Arizona, a young woman ran from the stands into the right field, clinging awkwardly to Dodgers superstar Cody Bellinger. Needless to say, this ended with the arrest of the young woman.
On the spectrum of reasons for disrupting a professional sporting event, it is relatively understandable to embrace Cody Bellinger. Bellinger, who is a phenomenal baseball player, is pretty dreamy and it's not hard to imagine how the staring on the right side he stands for can feel like true love. Unfortunately, this kind of ill-advised, romantic gesture seems to be conquering the nation – it was the second time in two nights that a young woman overthrew a Dodgers game to hug Bellinger in the right field. On Sunday in Los Angeles, Bellinger was hugged by another young woman who told Bellinger it was worth going to jail for the hug, it's worth going to jail. Under these circumstances, "I do not want to be hugged by crazy people" would probably be a more convincing way to handle it, even though Bellinger deserves to have a sense of humor.
While this may seem like Bellinger If you are dealing with one of these good problems, you should remember that hugging or otherwise touching a stranger without his permission is completely nonsensical, even if the stranger is a 6 foot 4 dreamer , It is even less cool to simplify this step by hurrying the person at work and in a way that leaves open the possibility that you are there to physically hurt them. Please do not do this to anybody under any circumstances – not even handsome and famous baseball men.