A streaker under the name ‘Jarvo69’ made his debut for the All Blacks on Saturday ahead of New Zealand’s Test match against Wales in Cardiff.
The YouTube prankster has 164,000 subscribers and is best known for his hilarious pitch invasions at major sporting events all around the world and he added rugby to the list at the weekend.
Can someone provide an update on this? 😂 #AutumnNationsSeries pic.twitter.com/txmV94zy0X
— RugbyPass (@RugbyPass) October 31, 2021
Jarvo69 hopped over the advertising boards at the Principality Stadium dressed in a full replica All Blacks strip and head over to the players in the build-up to kick-off.
The YouTuber jogged past several security guards and staff members on the pitch to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the New Zealand team as they sang their national anthem.
After quite some time Jarvo69 was found out and eventually got escorted from the pitch to a standing ovation from the packed out crowd. The prankster has since released a seven-minute video that shows every step of his auditions act starting with his travels to Cardiff
Jarvo69 has pulled off similar stunts in the NFL, cricket and other huge sporting events and following full time New Zealand scrum half Brad Webber searched for him on Twitter to invite him for a beer, however Covid restrictions prevented it from happening.
For those wanting an update: I forgot we’re in a bubble so we couldn’t catch up. A real shame
— Brad Weber (@brad_weber9) October 31, 2021
Despite being in potentially hot water with the law, Jarvo69 certainty provided quality entertainment for the Welsh crowd on Saturday.