Shocking video shows American ice hockey fan 'sneaking into Russian changing room and URINATING on kit' after host nation beat US at World Championships 

  • Fan enters the Russian team's locker room before dancing topless
  • He takes down a shirt and ice hockey skate and urinates on them
  • The two men snigger profusely throughout the prank 

Sports team rivalry got out of a hand when a US ice hockey fan urinated on a Russian player's shirt after sneaking into their changing rooms.

The shocking video seems to have been filmed in the run up to a game at the World Ice Hockey Championships in Moscow, which saw Russia beat America 7-2.

Giggling throughout, two men can be seen excitedly entering the locker room.

Sniggering: Sports team rivalry got out of a hand when a US ice hockey fan urinated on a Russian player's shirt after sneaking into their changing rooms

Sniggering: Sports team rivalry got out of a hand when a US ice hockey fan urinated on a Russian player's shirt after sneaking into their changing rooms

Going wild: His friend then proceeds to whip off his t-shirt and dance, his belly jiggling profusely as he shows off the huge yellow smiley face complete with a red American top hat painted on his flesh

Going wild: His friend then proceeds to whip off his t-shirt and dance, his belly jiggling profusely as he shows off the huge yellow smiley face complete with a red American top hat painted on his flesh

The man filming announces, 'You guys, we're at the World Championships in Moscow. In the dressing room of the Russians.'

His friend then proceeds to whip off his t-shirt and dance, his belly jiggling profusely as he shows off the huge yellow smiley face complete with a red American top hat painted on his flesh. 

He too grins broadly as he waves his arms around with abandon.

The bearded man then picks up a shirt which appears to belong to Russia's team captain Pavel Datsyuk, who plays for the US team Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League.

Devilmaycare: He too grins broadly as he waves his arms around with abandon

Devilmaycare: He too grins broadly as he waves his arms around with abandon

Tee hee: The bearded man then picks up a shirt which appears to belong to Russia's team captain Pavel Datsyuk, who plays for the US team Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League

Tee hee: The bearded man then picks up a shirt which appears to belong to Russia's team captain Pavel Datsyuk, who plays for the US team Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League

Cheeky: His friend warns him as he reaches for an ice hockey skate, 'Hey Mike, come on man, what are you doing, don't touch that,' he says

Cheeky: His friend warns him as he reaches for an ice hockey skate, 'Hey Mike, come on man, what are you doing, don't touch that,' he says

His friend however becomes the voice of reason as he sees his pal put the shirt down on the bench before reaching for an ice hockey skate.

'Hey Mike, come on man, what are you doing, don't touch that,' he says.

'You're crazy, Mike. Dude, if they catch us they're going to beat the s*** out of us.'

But the half naked man doesn't take any notice and proceeds to unzip his trousers, sniggering all the while as he looks over his shoulder.  

The distinct trickle of urine can be heard as he appears to aim for both the skate and the shirt. 

The filmer can't stop himself from laughing as he forget his earlier warning and his buddy sings to himself as he relieves himself. 

The clip was uploaded to YouTube by Scott Edwards but has since been removed.

Relieving himself: But the half naked man doesn't take any notice and proceeds to unzip his trousers, sniggering all the while as he looks over his shoulder

Relieving himself: But the half naked man doesn't take any notice and proceeds to unzip his trousers, sniggering all the while as he looks over his shoulder

Prankster: The distinct trickle of urine can be heard as he appears to aim for both the skate and the shirt

Prankster: The distinct trickle of urine can be heard as he appears to aim for both the skate and the shirt

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