Found May 22, 2013 on Holdout Sports:
A Thai Premiere League soccer player may need to tone down his goal celebrations after going way over the top during a game last week. After Muangthong United midfielder Mario Gjurovski scored the team's second goal against TOT Sport Club, he stripped off his shorts and put them on his head, then turned his hands into guns and pretended to shoot at the crowd. Gjurovski received a yellow card for the excessive display, which was his second yellow card of the game, so he was sent off. Gjurovski put his shorts back on, but only pulled them up to his knees as he walked off the pitch. It would seem that Gjurovski had plenty of time to think about it, as if he knew that what he was about to do was a bit excessive and might be a bad idea, but he went through with it anyway.  Maybe next time he'll act like he's scored a goal before. DISCLAIMER: Holdout Sports does not condone excessive celebration. H/T WhoAteAllThePies. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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