Beacon Journal staff report
CLEVELAND: A 20-year-old Northfield man who streaked at a Browns preseason game will clean the Municipal Lot as part of his punishment.
Anthony Saveriano, who ran across the field during a Browns game, was banned from the stadium for life on Wednesday. A Cleveland Municipal judge ordered Saveriano to clean the lot for the next four Browns games starting today for his community service, according to Beacon Journal news partner WEWS Channel 5 in Cleveland.
Saveriano, of Northfield, 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.
After Saveriano was hit by Lions running back Joique Bell, he was taken down just past the end zone by a Browns employee.