People tend to make a bigger deal out of home run balls than they really should. With that in mind, it would be cool to catch a milestone, such as Adam Dunn's 400th career home run, which he hit in Kansas City on Saturday.
But would that souvenir be worth a potential night in the slammer?
One White Sox fan obviously thought so, as he went tumbling into the Kauffman Stadium fountains in order to retrieve No. 400. That's pretty frowned upon in K.C., as we've already seen this season. In addition to getting wet, jumping into the fountain is a shot to the wallet and results in a one-way ticket out of the ballpark.
To some fans, however, it just doesn't matter.
Check out Dunn's blast and the fan's plunge in the video below, courtesy of MLB.com.