Jungle Bird does Irish jig at Notre Dame-Navy game
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Sep 6, 2012 4:29 PM ET
James Andrew Dudley of Wallasey, United Kingdom - more affectionately known as Jungle Bird – first entered our lives at the 2012 U.S. Open when he interrupted Webb Simpson's trophy ceremony.
His shenanigans – and his plight to raise support against deforestation – continue and he took center stage at the Notre Dame-Navy game in Dublin, Ireland on September 1.
The Bird interrupted the third quarter of the game and proceeded to dance an Irish jig in the end zone. Afterward, he was chased and caught by security guards who escorted him off the field.
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