Radio call of cheeky Super Bowl fan running on field goes viral (VIDEO)

Feb 8 2021, 1:47 pm

An unannounced performer took to the field late in Super Bowl LV.

With 5:03 left in the fourth quarter, a man wearing a pink one-piece bathing suit and black shorts ran onto the field and removed his mask as he raced past players from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs.

Luckily he didn’t remove much more than that.

We can’t really call this guy a “streaker,” as he didn’t strip down fully nude, though the cheeky fan appeared to pull down his shorts momentarily.

While the CBS television broadcast tried to avoid showing the fan on camera, the radio broadcast spared no detail describing his epic run of stupidity.

Kevin Harlan’s call on Westwood One radio has gone viral, with it synced to video. Harlan, who has hilariously called bizarre events like this on the radio before, described it perfectly.

“He’s pulling down his pants! Put up your pants, my man! Pull up those pants!” Harlan exclaimed.

“He’s being chased to the 30. He breaks a tackle from a security guard at the 20,” Harlan continued, doing play-by-play of the man like he was calling a touchdown run from a player.

The man was later identified as Yuri Andrade, a 31-year-old from Boca Raton, Florida, according to a report from the Tampa Bay Times. He is facing a misdemeanor trespassing charge, according to a Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office arrest report.

Hope it was worth it.

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