“Dog got him:” White House fence jumper quickly detained by Secret Service

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(CNN) -- A man jumped over the White House fence on Wednesday night, but this time, the man barely made it onto the lawn before being taken down by a K-9 and quickly detained by Secret Service agents.

"Dog got him," a Secret Service spokesman said.

The Secret Service says the man in Wednesday's incident climbed the Pennsylvania Avenue fence at about 7:16 p.m. and was immediately apprehended by uniformed agents and K-9 teams.

Video of the incident recorded by TV news cameras shows a man in white shorts just inside the fence.

The video shows the man lifting his shirt as if to show that he is unarmed. He is then seen kicking and punching two Secret Service dogs.

It was the first fence jumper since Omar Gonzalez, who made it into the White House before being detained.