|Wednesday, February 12
Updated: May 8, 2:47 PM ET
Hurlbut pleaded guilty to public drunkenness
CALGARY, Alberta -- A man who climbed naked over the glass at a Calgary Flames hockey game, then tumbled onto the ice and knocked himself out pleaded guilty Wednesday to public drunkenness.
Judge Cheryl Daniel ordered Tim Hurlbut, 21, to donate $1,650 to charity and perform 35 hours of community service. He also must undergo alcohol counseling.
The judge criticized Hurlbut for what she called a "pathetic spectacle of yourself splayed naked on the ice for six minutes until you were covered.''
Hurlbut climbed over the glass wearing only red socks during the Flames' game against the Boston Bruins on Oct. 17, then slipped and was knocked out when he hit the ice. He was carried off on a stretcher.
Hurlbut originally was charged with interfering with public property, but that charge was withdrawn Wednesday.