A teenager who became an instant YouTube sensation last month for being Tasered by a police officer when he ran onto the field at a Phillies game was sentenced to six months' probation today.
Steven Consalvi, 17, of Berks County, was also ordered by a Family Court judge to complete 80 hours of community service in Philadelphia soup kitchens. If Consalvi completes the sentence with no problems and passes a drug test, his record will be expunged.
Accompanied by family members, Consalvi declined to comment to reporters after today's court proceedings.
Consalvi made national headlines after he ran onto the field in the eighth inning of the May 3 game, in which the Phillies were playing the St. Louis Cardinals. Footage of Consalvi's dash across center field, in which a police officer chased him and finally took him down with a Taser, quickly went viral.