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The "Spider-Man: Far From Home" trailer had some shocking moments. Sony Pictures

In any sport, anything can happen with two individuals or teams trying to get the best out of the other. Unfortunately, there are things that go beyond control such as seeing someone dressed in a Spider-Man costume rushing mid-court and disrupting a well-played basketball much.

Such was the scenario in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) in an all-important game 5 of the Philippine Cup Finals held at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Philippines. At the three-minute mark of the final quarter of the match, someone dressed in a Spider-Man costume came out of nowhere and inadvertently bumped into Filipino behemoth June Mar Fajardo of San Miguel Beer.

It could not have come at a worse time since momentum was on the Beermen's side. SMB eventually lost that game, 88-86, courtesy of a buzzer-beating jumper by Mark Barroca of the Magnolia Hotshots who are now on the brink of bagging the PBA Philippine Cup crown, Manila Bulletin Sports reported.

But the real story of the night was the man in the Spider-Man suit whose identity remains unknown. He along with two others were arrested Friday night in a chaotic scene that saw several individuals trying to get their hands on the culprits. Social media went berzerk with the incident, some cursing the individuals while others crying foul and batting for the human rights of the three individuals apprehended by coliseum security and the police.

The PBA is expected to charge the man in the Spider-Man suit following the incident. Tighter security is also expected in game 6 on Sunday when both teams meet again. The Hotshots can wrap up the series with another win.

Fajardo, who got shaken in what seemed like an accidental headbutt from the smaller individual in the Spider-Man suit, said he was caught off guard but felt sorry for the man who alleges he just wanted to spread love before the country holds its national elections on May 13, Manila Bulletin Sports said in another report.

According to Fajardo, it was no big deal and that no one really expected someone to do that in an all-important game. He suggested that the man in the Spider-Man suit may have just wanted attention although there were other ways to do so.

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A stuntman, wearing a Spider-Man costume, leaps in front of a Spider-Man statue outside a shopping mall. Reuters

The crazy incident drew attention all over the world, including Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz.