At the bottom of the eighth inn On Monday night in Arizona, a young woman ran from the rooftops in the right field, where he looked embarrassed to hug the Dodgers superstar Cody Bellinger. Needless to say, this ended with the arrest of the young woman.
On the spectrum of reasons for violation of a professional sports event, the adoption of Cody Bellinger is relatively understandable. Bellinger, in addition to being a phenomenal baseball player, is pretty dreamy and it is not hard to imagine how watching him on the right field is long enough to make him feel like a real love. Unfortunately, this kind of reluctantly romantic gesture seems to be, uh, the nation – this was the second time of two nights when a young woman broke a Dodgers game to embrace Bellinger in the right field. On Sunday in Los Angeles, Bellinger was hugged by another young woman who told Bellinger that going to jail for his embrace was worth it:
Bellinger tried to politely dismiss the fans after Sunday's incident warned him that the hugs it's really not worth going to jail. As these things go, "I do not want to be embraced by crazy people," Bellinger deserves recognition for keeping a sense of humor in this regard.
While it may seem like Bellinger is dealing with one of these good problems, it is worth recalling that hugging or otherwise touching a stranger without their permission is totally unbridled, even if the stranger is a 6-foot 4 dream. It is even more uncomfortable to facilitate this move by hurrying with the person while they are at work and in a way that leaves open the possibility that you are there to make them bodily harm. Please do not do this to anyone, under any circumstances – even beautiful and famous baseball men.