Notre Dame-Navy game in Ireland disrupted by a fan dancing the Irish jig in the end zone

Dr. Saturday

When a rogue fan invades a football field to draw more attention to himself instead of the game, the cameras usually ignore him.

But not during the Notre Dame-Navy game Saturday morning because how often do you have the chance to show a rogue fan doing an Irish jig on a football field in Dublin, Ireland?

So, who was this rogue fan? Well, he goes by the name of "Jungle Bird" and he disrupts major events in an effort to protest deforestation. During Saturday's game, he was wearing a T-shirt that was protesting the restaurant KFC and its role in deforestation.

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So, I guess it's OK to disrupt a major college football game as long as you have a good message.

This isn't the first time "Jungle Bird" — who is actually 40-year-old James Andrew Dudley of Wallasey, United Kingdom - has done this. He's disrupted the Shakespeare Festival and the PGA's U.S. Open.

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