Found September 01, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Webb Simpson

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First of all, how does security at all these major sporting events not see the lunatic in the Union Jack hat when they're deciding who to let in?

Second, can someone please save the rain forest so "Jungle Bird" will stop feeling the need to appear at major sporting events?

"Jungle Bird," who first graced the television screen when he interrupted Webb Simpson's victory ceremony at the U.S. Open with some bird-calling, made an appearance at the Notre Dame-Navy game in Ireland on Saturday. He apparently went right out on the field, grabbed a football and did an Irish jig in the end zone.

Jungle Bird, who has the real, adult name of Andrew James Dudley, was then approached by security to be taken from the game.

Dudley also appeared at the British Open this year, although he apparently behaved himself throughout that event.

 

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