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Mysterious Tarp Monster Strikes Cincinnati Reds Baseball Game

tarp monster on baseball

Oh no! The Cincinnati Tarp Monster has returned… and he’s found another victim!

This tarp monster is the result of a team of baseball field employees running a tarp across the field at rapid speed. If you’re not fast enough, this monster is going to eat you alive and you’ll have to do the crawl of shame all the way back to the edge.

Check out this funny clip to see what I’m talking about!

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THIS IS NOT A DRILL: THE TARP MONSTER HAS STRUCK CINCINNATI #mlb #reds #monster

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The Major League Baseball association shared a hilarious caption accompanying the clip, reading:

“THIS IS NOT A DRILL: THE TARP MONSTER HAS STRUCK CINCINNATI”

Clearly, this is an emergency-level occurrence!!!

In the clip, you can see a woman crawling underneath the tarp for quite a few seconds. I hope she’s not claustrophobic, or else that’d be pretty spooky!

What do you think — how would you respond to being eaten by a tarp monster?!

tarp monster on baseball field
This image is from TikTok.

“I would be too embarrassed and just stay under there in shame,” said one shy viewer, nervous on behalf of the woman who was captured!

“I love the crowd cheering when she got out,” said another. Yes — there did seem to be a community rooting for this girl’s escape!

The tarp monster returns

But unfortunately, this isn’t the only occurrence of the tarp monster ever witnessed.

The Cincinnati Tarp Monster is on the loose, and you can see it in action, capturing another person at a different game in the below video.

I’ll admit… this one looks a little more violent than the first one!

When he fell beneath the tarp, folks continued to run at a rapid pace. You get the sense he might have dragged in the dirt for a bit, which I can’t imagine is a very fun feeling.

I hope someone catches the Cincinnati Tarp Monster one day!

The featured image for this post is from TikTok.

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