In a rather strange instance of vandalism, a man on a tractor attempted to carve his name into the infield grass at Miller Park.
In a rather strange instance of vandalism, a man on a tractor attempted to carve his name into the infield grass at Miller Park.

WATCH: Man breaks into Miller Park, tries writing his name on field using tractor


by - Senior Writer -

MILWAUKEE — Footage has been released of a June incident involving a man who apparently had nothing better to do than attempt to write his name on the field at Miller Park using a tractor. With the Milwaukee Brewers' stadium locked up in the midst of MLB's shutdown, the individual broke in and drove a tractor used by the grounds crew onto the infield.

The incident caused $40,000 worth of damage, and the man, who has since been apprehended, was ordered by a judge to undergo a mental health evaluation. The footage indicates that the vandal was not particularly successful at carving his name into the grass before giving up and exiting the ballpark, making it a completely worthless venture.

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