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Fan climbs fence during Coca-Cola 600

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Memorial Day Weekend traditionally is a weekend to celebrate the first weekend of the summer. It is also a way for everyone to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice to allow those living today with the freedom that we have.

At sporting events and cookouts around the country, people are drinking. And drinking may have been the result of what happened on Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Coca-Cola 600 in 2017 (Getty Images)

Coca-Cola 600 in 2017 (Getty Images)

Kyle Busch may have won the Coca-Cola 600 in Concord, N.C. However, according to Facebook, an individual became infamous for what he did during the race.

As the stock cars were going underneath him at approx. 200 mph, the individual decided to put his life on the line, even when he may not have realized it, because he likely had liquid courage in him. He decided to climb the fence and stay there for at least several moments.

In the video, a security guard approached where the individual was on the fence. The security guard then climbed the fence and pulled on his leg.

Initially, the guy, who was wearing tan shorts and a blue shirt, did not want to move. Then, after numerous pulls on his leg, the security guard got him off the fence.

The guy was assisted away by the security guard. It is not clear if he will be facing any charges from this incident or not.

Sadly, this is not the first time that a fan has decided to climb the fence of a NASCAR event. Many times, these individuals receive a ban from ever attending another event in the future.

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