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A man was arrested this week after security found him walking around the field at Dodger stadium in a Dodger blue uniform, sporting a mitt, and juggling two balls.

Higgins allegedly identified himself as a Dodgers player, but the guard recognized him from an earlier incident and called police.

Prosecutors say Higgins’ clothes were later found in the bat boys’ locker room. It was not immediately clear where he got the uniform.

This one is so short, sweet, and yet loaded with such rich bestiarity (think oddness), I can almost smell it.

But on a serious note, and while we’re on the topic of security at Dodger stadium, The Big Lead has a scary story (with pictures) about a security guard tackling a woman to the ground.

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