Streaker Crashes Olympic Speedskating With A Message For The World

Lee Moran

A streaker at the Winter Olympics just wanted to bring “PEACE + LOVE” to the world.

The ponytailed man bounded onto the ice shortly after the men’s 1,000 m speedskating event in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Friday.

As video that Instagram user mhj.kooij shared online shows, the rink intruder removed his clothes to reveal a pink tutu and a strategically placed sock beneath.

He’d inked the message about peace and love onto his chest.

A shirtless man clad in a tutu dances on the rink following the men's 1,000 m speedskating medal ceremony. (MLADEN ANTONOV via Getty Images)

Yahoo News identified the man as U.K.-based Mark Roberts, who reportedly has now streaked at more than 500 events ― including Super Bowl XXXVIII.

(MLADEN ANTONOV via Getty Images)

It’s unclear how officials dealt with his impromptu performance, which has now gone down in Olympic history.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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