Jarvo 69 is back in the news again. While he had played a prank during the India-England Test series in the English summer earlier this year, he became a headache for the security officials involved in the Test series as well as the fans and cricketers who were interrupted multiple times in the middle of an engrossing Test cricket action.
Daniel Jarvis AKA Jarvo69 invaded the pitch on multiple occasions during the series so much that the fans and the players were beginning to get annoyed with what started as a prank for his Youtube channel. Eventually, the infamous invader had to be arrested by the South London Police for breaching security on multiple occasions.
And now the prankster has yet again made a mockery of the security officials as he did not invade a cricket pitch but interrupted the proceedings of another sport. This time it happened during a National Football League match in London. It all unfolded during the match between Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins where Jarvis yet again breached the security at iconic Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The video of his latest appearance is doing the rounds on the internet.
Watch the clip here:
Despite facing a lifetime ban from various cricket grounds due to his activities and interventions in the Test series, it remains to be seen what punishment he will now face for his another breach of security in a different sporting field.
Not only do such instances act as a spoilsport but also put the security under question. Indian cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle had expressed his views on the same, asking for the sacking of people at grounds in England.
"I think a few people need to be sacked at grounds in England. This is a very serious security lapse and it just continues. Not even a prank anymore. #Jarvo #Idiot," Bhogle had said about Jarvo's repeated appearances on the cricket field during that series.
"Don't tell me the whole #Jarvo saga is a broadcaster/home board PR stunt! It's stupid either way. 0/100 either to the stunt or the security. #EngvInd," Ajith Ramamurthy, a member of the Royal Challengers Bangalore's digital content team observed.