Tristan Lambright, the streaking Buffalo Bills football fan who may have gained more yardage on Sunday than running back LeSean McCoy, wore a security guard's jacket wrapped around his waist when he was escorted off the field at New Era Field during the Bills loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Lambright, 29, was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and public lewdness, both misdemeanors, and exposure of a person, a violation, said Joanna Pasceri, public information officer for the Erie County District Attorney's Office.
He is being held on $500 bail in the Erie County Holding Center. Lambright is scheduled to appear at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Orchard Park Town Court before Justice Edward Pace.
Lambright calls himself "Senor Wiener" on his Facebook page, the pseudonym he uses when competing in an Ontario roller derby league, said his mother, Kari Snyder Parker.
Parker said she heard about the streaking incident from her husband, who called from Las Vegas to inform her.
"I had just come back from dinner with my family, and my husband called to tell me that Tristan ran across the field at the Bills game," said Parker. "I thought, 'That's my son.' He is a free spirit, with no bad intentions."
It wasn't until her smartphone blew up with texts, phone calls and photos that she learned her son was naked when he dashed across the field during the fourth quarter of the blowout.
"Streaking is not his thing," Parker said. "His younger brother is the one who used to run around the house without his clothing on, and that was when he was 2 or 3 years old."
Lambright's stunt began trending on social media sites as fans headed home from the team's 47-10 loss to the Saints.
A second person also was arrested and charged with criminal trespass Sunday after jumping onto the football field during the Bills game. Aric Belling, 19, of Clarence, was released with an appearance ticket for Orchard Park Town Court, according to the Erie County Sheriff's Office.
Parker, who married earlier this year and moved with her husband to Las Vegas, was visiting Buffalo on a family-related matter. She said she can't believe the amount of support expressed by friends who have reached out to her through social media.
"He is very easygoing and kindhearted," she said. "He was basically raised by me and my sister. He's my tender-hearted boy."
Parker described her son as supportive of women's causes, especially the recent #MeToo campaign on social media. The campaign seeks to raise public awareness about sexual assault and sexual abuse of women.
Some of the comments she's received about her son surprised her, Parker said.
"Your son is hot," Parker said, describing the sentiment of many texts she received since Sunday's game. "Friends are coming out of the woodwork," she said. "I mean, I always knew he was cute."
If found guilty of the two misdemeanors and violation, Lambright faces a maximum fine of $1,250 and/or up to 90 days in jail, said Pasceri.
According to the Buffalo Bills website: Any ejected fans are banned from the stadium and all other NFL stadiums until they successfully complete the NFL Fan Code of Conduct online class.
The class costs $250 and proceeds go to MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving).