the England-Ireland streaker, a well-known sports youtuber
The streaker tackled by security at the time of the England-Ireland anthems, Saturday during the 4th day of the Six Nations Tournament, is not at her first attempt. Daniel Jarvis, better known under the pseudonym « Jarvo69 » on the web, has already been talked about many times on the sports fields.
It scrapped dry between England and Ireland, Saturday on behalf of the 4th day of the Six Nations Tournament (15-32). However, the most commented tackle on social networks did not take place on the ground. A streaker appeared on the lawn of Twickenham at the time of the hymns, before being violently sent to the ground by security. A little moment of glory for Daniel Jarvis, the name of this troublemaker, who is however not his first feat of arms.
The Britannqiue, better known under the pseudonym ‘Jarvo69’ on the web, has 170,000 subscribers on Youtube and 43,000 on Instagram. By posting his short appearance on the lawn of Twickenham on the famous video platform, he also joked about the outcome of his little happening: « The great Jarvo69 is making his international debut in English rugby but it’s not happening as expected. »
The All Blacks scrum-half is a fan of his
As pointed out The Team, this is not the first time that the world of rugby has seen this face, since “Jarvo69” had already managed to sneak up to the side of the All Blacks last November, before doing the same with the team of the Japan a few days later. At the time, he even caught the eye of Brad Weber, the New Zealand scrum-half. “Where is Jarvo69? I want to drink a beer with him”, had fun the All Black.
The British troublemaker does not only have feats of arms on the rugby pitches. Last September, he was « illustrated » by having a small altercation with Jonny Bairstow, English cricket star, during a meeting between England and India. Coming to his height after a sprint along the entire length of the field, Jarvo69 had lightly hit the English player, which absolutely did not please the latter.
This gesture had earned Daniel Jarvis a lifetime ban from Headingley Stadium. He probably recovered well, quickly finding a new playground.