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Zoltan Mesko isn’t afraid of being in the spotlight. He’s also not afraid of dogs or getting sunburns in really weird places, apparently. The Patriots punter has a creative mind and likes to show the world just how wacky he can be. On Wednesday, did just that, tweeting out a photo of him rocking nothing but a speedo while hold a pair of small dogs, which can be seen below. Would it be weird if I posted a pic of myself, poolside, in a speedo, holding two chihuahuas??? Thinking about it...— Zoltan Mesko (@ZoltanMesko) February 28, 2013 Ay Chihuahua..Check out that tanning line!!! #europeanroots #offseason http://t.co/rMVgNv8BYi— Zoltan Mesko (@ZoltanMesko) February 28, 2013
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