YouTube prankster claims he's responsible for sex noises playing during Euro 2024 draw
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A YouTube prankster has come forward and claimed he's responsible for an infamous porn noise playing during the Euro 2024 group stage draw.
During Saturday evening's event inside the Elbe Philharmonic Hall in Hamburg, Germany, UEFA officials were caught off guard as a sound clip played as Serbia were drawn in Group C alongside England, Denmark and Slovenia.
Presenters attempted to carry on as the noise aired for millions watching at home. Despite trying to remain professional, they couldn't help but crack a smile at what was occurring.
It hasn't taken long for someone to take the credit for a prank that'll go down in football history. You'll remember the name.
Jarvo69, who was also behind the porn noise prank during the BBC's coverage of Wolverhampton Wanderers' FA Cup third-round replay with Liverpool in January, decided to livestream the whole saga unfolding on his X account.
He pulled his phone out of his pocket and told viewers a 'big, big prank' was coming.
Jarvo, real name Daniel Jarvis, then dialled a number and seconds later, the porn noise played.
Pranking UEFA euro 2024 Draw with sex noise https://t.co/zAo3Q1vQmk— Jarvo69 (Daniel Jarvis) (@BMWjarvo) December 2, 2023
While he didn't disclose exactly how he managed to pull it off and the logistics behind it, you have to assume it'll only be a matter of time.
Jarvo managed to pull it off earlier this year by taping a phone to the back of a chair inside the BBC's studio space at the Molineux.
It almost managed to overshadow what was a very tasty draw ahead of next summer's European Championship.
England will be hoping to avenge their final defeat to Italy at Euro 2020 and will enter the tournament among the favourites.
Meanwhile, Scotland will open the tournament against hosts Germany after being placed in Group A.
Check out the full groups below:
Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania
Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England
Group D: Play-off winner A (Poland/Wales/Finland/Estonia), Netherlands, France, Austria
Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, play-off winner B (Israel/Bosnia and Herzegovina/Ukraine/Iceland)
Group F: Turkey, play-off winner B (Georgia/Greece/Kazakstan/Luxembourg), Portugal, Czech Republic