Most people wouldn't think about streaking at a Winter Olympics event, but most people aren't Mark Roberts.
After the award ceremony for the men's 1000m speed skating, Roberts took to the ice wearing nothing but a pink tutu, a monkey crotch pouch and black sneakers.
With the words "peace + love" scribbled across his chest, Roberts made a love heart symbol with his arms as he danced around the rink at the Gangneung Oval.
He had only been performing his routine for a couple of seconds before he face-planted onto the ice.
The Liverpudlian made his first streak during the 1993 Hong Kong Sevens tournament.
For 20 years he made naked dashes at some of the world's most famous sporting events.
In 2002 he interrupted the Wimbledon final between Lleyton Hewitt and David Nalbandian.
A year later he leapt over the net at the French Open with nothing but a bunch of tennis balls Sellotaped over his manhood.
His most famous streak was at Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) in 2004 between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers.
Roberts snuck onto the field before the start of the second half dressed as an official before removing his clothing and dancing an Irish Jig at halfway.
He was attempting to run away from officials when a Patriots player blindsided him in tackle that floored Roberts.
Roberts announced in 2013 he would keep his clothes on for good after streaking 519 times.
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