This is probably the British version of Remy Gaylord. Daniel Jarvis, popularly known as “Jarvo 69” on the Internet, was discussed again during the opening match of the England-Ireland Six Nations match on Saturday. During the singing May God save the queenThis young English joker enters the lawn of Twickenham, lined up with the players of XV of the Rose, and a security member almost confronts the ground.
His performance made waves on social media. Despite this impressive height, Daniel Jarvis has the gift of being able to sneak into the pitch for a few minutes without anyone noticing. The British man, who has more than 170,000 subscribers on Youtube, was not on his first attempt. Last November, he was able to sneak into the pitch to join the All Black House on the pitch and a few days later the Japanese team.
In addition to rugby, Daniel Jarvis distinguished himself by attacking American football and cricket grounds. He was arrested several times at Headingley Ground in September 2021 after colliding with England batsman Johnny Bairstow during a match between England and India and was given a life ban.
Sharing his “performances” on social networks, Daniel Jarvis and his “Jarvo69” group are a star throughout the channel, and begin to make a name for themselves in the middle of the Oval. After the coup with the New Zealanders, the All-Black Schroeder Half Brad Weber even called him on Twitter.