They Stopped the Loyola Game Because a Fake Delivery Guy Wandered Onto the Court

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They Stopped the Loyola Game Because a Fake Food Delivery Guy Wandered Onto the Court

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Well, that’s a first!

In the middle of last night’s Loyola Chicago-Duquesne game, the refs were forced to pause the action because a person waltzed onto the floor. Who was that individual? Well, according to the two baffled announcers, it appeared to be an Uber Eats delivery driver.

The guy could be seen holding a beverage and a bag of McDonald’s before security snatched him to lead him off the court.

The live broadcast footage is something else:

If you think someone couldn’t possibly be that dumb … you’d be correct! According to Loyola Chicago’s Assistant Athletic Director, Austin Hansen, the whole thing seemed to be an elaborate prank.

Hansen was sitting courtside and ended up right next to the supposed “delivery driver.” In a thread he shared on Twitter, he posted a picture of the person clearly wearing a mic and also commented that numerous people were filming the incident.

I’m glad it was just a harmless prank that provided us with some pretty funny audio clips by the announcers. But I’d also be perfectly fine if I never saw this again. Just let the guys play the game, please!

Author: Elias Schuster

Elias Schuster is the Lead Bulls Writer at Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @Schuster_Elias.