Sean Patrick McConnell who will forever be known as the Mullet Streaker was arrested at a PGA event in Arizona over the weekend. According to police reports Sean Patrick McConnell decided to go streaking at the PGA Waste Management Phoenix Open by running across the course and diving into a pond. Needless to say Sean Patrick McConnell would be arrested and has now been charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey orders from a law enforcement officer. As for the mugshot it becomes apparent why he was dubbed the Mullet Streaker
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Scottsdale police have arrested a 27-year-old man for various offenses after he was reportedly caught streaking – although partially clothed – at the WM Phoenix Open.
According to a statement issued by police, 27-year-old Sean Patrick McConnell allegedly jumped from the general admissions bleachers at the WM Phoenix Open’s 16th hole and went onto the course. From there, he ran through a player access tunnel to the 17th hole.
McConnell could be seen on camera running half naked on the turf, with the words “19TH HOLE” written on his back.
“McConnell continued his disruption of the tournament by jumping into the water and swimming to the middle of the water hazard. McConnell ignored commands by officers to immediately exit the water. He eventually complied and swam to the 18th hole where he was placed under arrest,” read a portion of the statement.
McConnell, according to police, was never naked during the incident, and was not injured. He is accused of trespassing, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey a lawful order from law enforcement.