This year’s India tour of England was in the news for quite a few reasons, majorly because of the suspended final Test match in Manchester due to COVID-19 concerns. However, there were quite a few controversial incidents that took place throughout the course of the Test series. Among all, the one that caught the attention of many was the way ground security was breached on numerous occasions with a pitch-invader named Daniel Jarvis, known as Jarvo 69, entered the field in Indian jersey.
With his videos getting viral on social media, the prankster became quite popular among the netizens. He got more than 10k followers on Twitter but the whole saga eventually simmered down with the premature end to the series. But out of nowhere, Jarvo 69 is back in the news after his recent post on Twitter on Friday.
Is Jarvo 69 ready to pull off another prank?
The prankster shared his photo in Team India’s new ‘Billion Cheers Fan Jersey’ with a miniature autograph cricket bat which had signatures of players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah and Umesh Yadav. However, it was his expressions that gave a feeling to fans that he was ready to pull off another prank.
In the caption, he stated, “Does India need me for the T20 World Cup? Got my full kit ready!!!,” presumably hinting towards the fact that he could do something similar (to what he did in England) during the ongoing mega event.
It must be noted that if Jarvo 69 actually appears in Dubai for India’s next clash against New Zealand on October 31, it won’t be as easy for him to storm into the field with the security quite tight in UAE. But it is indeed going to be an exciting moment for the fans and crowd if the prankster is actually seen at Dubai International Stadium on Sunday.
Check out his tweet here:
— Jarvo69 (Daniel Jarvis) (@BMWjarvo) October 29, 2021
While fans would love to have some fun and entertainment during the high-voltage contest, they would be hoping that Jarvo 69 does not try to breach the security (if he attends the match) since this act is something that no one appreciates during a cricket match.