The people’s favorite pioneer, Daniel Jarvis, also known as ‘Jarvo 69’, appeared on Headingley on the third day of the Test match between England and India. He had previously invaded the field during the Lord’s Test, pretending to be an Indian player who encouraged ‘his teammates’.
This time, Jarvis appears on the field dressed in batting uniform, including the pads and helmet. Upon falling from Rohit Sharma’s wicket, he steps on the field again, while walking to the fold and keeping watch.
The security moved in, even though it was too late, and pulled him away from Headingley Field. He was seen resisting them, and again trying to convince the authorities that he was an Indian player. The security guards treated him much more fervently, probably irritated at the stunt he wanted to risk it again.
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After his joke with the Lord, Jarvo got a life ban from the stadium and will never be able to visit again. He reveals in a video that he had a full-time professional joke and already has a history in other sports.
His biggest jokes include pulling a quick one for the expert cueist, Ronnie O’Sullivan at the crucible. He also made a joke of Collin Morikawa, a golfer, in a tournament called The Open Championships.
Jarvis is a big fan of the Indian team, inspired by Rahul Dravid when the legendary Indian batsman was in Kent County for a short time. He also said that he intends to carry out the same stunt in a match held on the subcontinent in the future.
The latest stunt could give him another life ban, and probably a bigger fine to make sure he does not try to do it again. Currently, the third Test is taking place between England and India, where the host has the visitors on the mat.