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Tased Phillies Fan Gets Web Redemption on 'Tosh.0' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 6th 2011 4:45PM
Daniel Tosh gives tased Phillies fan Steven Consalvi his Web Redemption on 'Tosh.0'Seventeen-year-old Steven Consalvi made history in 2010 when he became the first person to be tased on the field at a Major League Baseball game. After jumping the fence in the eighth inning of a contest against the Cardinals, he was chased around the field by security before being shot with a taser gun; shortly thereafter he became a YouTube sensation. Tuesday on 'Tosh.0' (Tuesdays, 10PM on Comedy Central), Consalvi got his Web Redemption, and experienced what it's like to be on the other end of the taser gun.

Consalvi told host Daniel Tosh he had already given himself up when he got tased. "I looked around and saw that security guards were getting on the field," he said. "I see a security guard pointing a gun at me with a green tip on it. I had no idea what it was. So I had to call it quits, and I attempted to dive on the field."

For his Web Redemption, Consalvi was given the opportunity to tase a security guard, whose hands were tied. The fictionalized sketch ended with Consalvi tasing the security guard, inadvertently causing his death. Tosh and Consalvi then disposed of the body by putting it in the trunk of a car and pushing it over a (very small) hill. It exploded anyway, action film style, as Tosh and Consalvi walked from the flames victorious.

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