James Tedesco has become the butt of the jokes after his slight wardrobe malfunction in during State of Origin Game 1.
It was New South Wales who had their pants pulled down by Queensland as the visitors clinched an emphatic 16-10 victory in Sydney.
But one moment involving Tedesco, in particular an exact freeze frame, seems to have gotten plenty of people talking the following day.
At one point during the back-and-forth clash, the Blues captain was getting ready for a quick play the ball after getting tackled by Queensland Maroons star Cameron Munster.
But as Tedesco was making his way to his feet in the scramble, his footy shorts fell down and Munster was looking right at his backside.
The moment probably only lasted a-fraction-of-second, but it didn't take long for some social media users to pause it and clip up the perfect screen shot showing Munster staring directly at Teddy's rear end.
Unsurprisingly, people wasted no time in re-sharing the hilarious image, some adding their own genius comments too.
Sportsbet tweeted: "I think that's what they call a 'Blue Moon'."
While The Sporting Base added: "Munster doesn’t look keen on what Tedesco ate for breakfast."
Munster doesn’t look keen on what Tedesco ate for breakfast pic.twitter.com/Jf1T7c7HCi— The Sporting Base - NRL (@BaseNrl) June 8, 2022
I’ve seen more of Tedesco’s arse than the NSW forwards tonight #StateofOrigin— Simpsons Related NRL Memes (@Simpsons_NRL) June 8, 2022
James Tedesco’s anus has been more visible in this game than Nathan Cleary— billy buttons (@billy__buttons) June 8, 2022
Someone get Tedesco a belt— Liam (@pythagoNRL) June 8, 2022
I’ve seen James Squiddy Tedesco’s chaminda vass more times this year than my own butt #origin— BEERBOY-182 🍥 (@beerboy182) June 8, 2022
Tedesco has shown his bum more times than NSW have scored. #StateofOrigin— Fraser Barton (@FraserBartonAAP) June 8, 2022
If I see Tedesco's bare arse one more time I'm going to have to assume we're in a serious relationship.— Westie (@westiestylz) June 8, 2022
The NSW Blues score is how many times we saw Tedesco’s bunda tonight 🤣🤣🤣— Saul (@PaulieMwayz) June 8, 2022
Someone needs to show Tedesco an instructional video on drawstrings— Matty Murbo Ⓥ (@MattMoylansLegs) June 8, 2022
Take a shot everytime Tedesco gets his ass out— ella rose (@elllasrose) June 8, 2022
Whatever Munster saw clearly lit a fire deep inside as he went on to produce a flawless performance to help guide Queensland to a historic Game 1 victory.
The Maroons five-eighth was named Man of the Match too.
New head coach Billy Slater now has the chance to create history by joining an elite group of players to have won the series as both a player and coach.
First he must get past a Blues side who will undoubtedly be looking to right their wrongs when the opening whistle blows for Game 2 in Perth.
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