CLEVELAND -- The man caught streaking at the Cleveland Browns-Detroit Lions pre-season Thursday game Aug. 15 was sentenced Wednesday morning to clean up after tailgaters at the Cleveland Municipal Parking Lot after four of the last seven Browns games.
Anthony Saveriano, 21, of Northfield, was fined a total of $547 which he paid.
The Cleveland Browns have banned Saveriano from FirstEnergy Stadium.
Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Lauren C. Moore also said Saveriano must write a letter apologizing to the City of Cleveland and Browns fans, which is to be published in the Plain Dealer.
He is also on active probation for one year.
Saveriano, then 20, was originally charged with public indecency and unlawful entry onto the field and pleaded not guilty. On Wednesday he pleaded no contest and was found guilty of unlawful entry and the public indecency charge was dismissed.