Two college football fans in Alabama have become the subject of hilarious memes after they were filmed getting caught in bushes at Jordan Hare Stadium on Saturday.
Auburn fans jumped onto the field after they defeated Alabama during the second half of an NCAA game but not everyone had an easy time getting there.
Images show the ladies struggling to make it through the dense greenery after the act of spontaneity that followed the high leaps of more energetic sports fans celebrating the 48-45 Iron Bowl score.
At-home viewers expressed that they were grateful they weren't the ones caught on camera trapped in the twigs with pom-poms flailing.
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Auburn fans jumped onto the field after they defeated Alabama during the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday. Two women were mocked for their attempt to make it onto the field by walking through bushes
Some joked that alcohol played a part in the embarrassing moment at the stadium filled with underage students
Many compared the hedges to quicksand and joked that the pair were swallowed by the plants.
Seemingly referencing a baseball home run, one tweeter commented about the women's slow attempt to make it to the field: 'This is a Reverse Homer.'
'Did I just witness two 40 year old women stuck in the bushes at Jordan-Hare Stadium?,' one man tweeted.
Some joked that alcohol played a part in the embarrassing moment at the stadium filled with underage students.
One tweeted: 'In other #SEC news, they apparently started beer sales in Jordan Hare Stadium this year.'
'When you hear there are two bottles of Chardonnay hidden in the bushes,' another joked.
It provoked memories of past events for college football viewers who mentioned toilet paper streams decorating the trees of Toomer's Corner after Auburn's 2017 win.
One woman said it took her all the way back to her childhood when she would often get swallowed up in ball pits at birthday parties.
It provoked memories of past events for college football viewers who mentioned toilet paper streams decorating the trees previously
SEC policy states: 'For the safety of participants and spectators alike, at no time before, during or