This man crashed the Olympics wearing a tutu and monkey sock for the best reason

Narjas Zatat@Narjas_Zatat
Sunday 25 February 2018 09:30
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A man wearing nothing more than an ill-fitting tutu and a monkey sock crashed the Winter Olympics.

He appeared after the men’s 1,000m speed skating event in Pyeongchang.

According to Yahoo Sports, the man’s name is Mark Roberts, and he’s got a bit of a weird habit…

He has streaked at 561 events (well, at least 562 now) in 22 different countries as of September 2017. Dubbed the ‘world’s most famous streaker’, the Liverpudlian father-of-three was arguably the highlight of the night.

Picture: (MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images )(MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Why did he streak this time?

If the words on his chest are anything to go by, he did it for ‘Peace + Love’.

Can’t argue with that.

He has appeared almost-nude at a number of other televised events, including in 1995 during a weather map on This Morning, then in 2004 he was fined £550 for trespassing almost-naked across the pitch at the Super Bowl in Texas.

People on the internet quickly recognised him.

And began offering career advice.

The internet is here for it.

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