World-Famous Streaker Strikes On Ice At The Olympics

Bryan Brandom
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Move over, medal-winning skaters of all sorts at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, because if you don’t you might get rammed into by a streaker who took to the ice at Gangneung Oval in nothing but a tutu, a monkey pouch for his genitals, and the words “peace” and “love” emblazoned on his considerable torso.

The incident occurred after the men’s 1,000-meter speed skating event on Friday, where Kjeld Nuis of the Netherlands took gold ahead of Norway’s Haavard Lorentzen and South Korea’s Kim Tae-yun.

Photographers on hand managed to get a better look at the streaker, though lord knows why.

It’s believed the individual is no stranger to baring himself for the masses. He appears to be none other than Mark Roberts, who’s been naked in front of crowds more often than many adult film stars.

The infamous streaker has struck at countless events, including the World Swimming Championships in 2003, the NFL game at London’s Wembley Arena in 2007, and the Super Bowl in 2004.

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