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Streaker Mark Roberts Strikes Again; Struts His Stuff at Giants/Dolphins Game in London

If you're not familiar with Mark Roberts, allow me to fill you in. He's an internationally known streaker who began strutting his stuff back in 1993 at the Hong Kong Sevens after losing a bet at a local bar. To date, Roberts has gone nude over 380 times at events including the Miss World contest, the Ashes Series, the UEFA Cup Final, Super Bowl XXXVII and most recently, yesterday at the Giants/Dolphins game in London.

Allow me to warn you before hand, the following video is not safe for work ... or at home with children around.

Oddly enough, many of the Giants got a kick out of Roberts' antics. In fact, running back Brandon Jacobs went as far as to say he enjoyed it.
"I enjoyed every bit of it. That doesn't happen across the water (in the U.S.)," Giants running back Brandon Jacobs said. "It was funny as hell and that actually sparked me (in the second half)."

"(Coach Coughlin) looked at him like, 'You have got to be kidding me.'"
Giants prankster Rich Seubert also got a kick out of the stunt.
"It kind of looked like my Uncle Ned," Seubert added.
There you have it; Mark Roberts is bringing joy to the world one football thong at a time.

Reader Comments ( Page 1 of 1)

1. The YouTuber made the perfect soundtrack choice.

I don't think it's a good idea though to admit that a nekkid guy inspires your play though.

Posted at 9:34AM on Oct 29th 2007 by Stephanie Stradley

2. i fine it absolutely fascinating that this SAME guy can countlessly get pass security and onto the field.

he streaks!!! its not they dont know what he looks like, but he KEEPS doing it!!!

its amazing, whats the point of secruity.

give this guy a gun and tell him to streak the next bin laden taping

Posted at 2:32PM on Oct 29th 2007 by Horatio

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