A cheeky prankster abandoned his seat in the crowd as the Australian cricket side took on Kent – to pitch a tent in the outfield.
Lee Marshall – who goes by the name Disco Boy – attempted to gain front row seats as he rushed onto the pitch fully-clothed and unfolded the pop-up shelter.
As the players looked on bewildered, he disappeared inside the tent before emerging seconds later in just a pair of pink and purple boxer shorts and a Russian ushanka hat.
The joker – whose trademark move is to play half-naked disco sets in supermarkets – then waved to the crowd at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury before he was escorted off by security.
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But he made sure to soak up his few seconds of fame, bounding off with #DiscoBoy scrawled across his bare chest.
Mr Marshall, who lives in Hersden, Canterbury, later tweeted: “Apparently camping is not allowed at #cricket. I just wanted a better view.”
It's not the first time Disco Boy has hit the headlines.
He describes himself as an "entertainer prankster DJ host" and has gained a huge social media following, with his video stunts watched by hundreds of thousands of people.