Mario Gjurovski (or Mario Djurovski), a midfielder for Muangthong United in the Thai Premier League, celebrated a goal recently by taking off his pants. He proceeded to put the bottom half of his kit atop his head and … gesture something towards the crowd. It was similar to a modified machine gun pelvic thrust that Beavis might do. Perhaps the confusion surrounding what he was trying to do is what caused the referee to give him a red card and send him off. Either way, this should be a lesson to all soccer players – keep your pants on when you are on the pitch.
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