Ukraine says detains prankster who mooned during Eurovision

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Celebrity pest Vitalii Sediuk is the man who invaded the song contest stage and bared his bottom.

AUSTRALIA provided the most embarrassing moment of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, with a reveller draped in an Aussie flag crashing the stage during a performance - and promptly dropping his dacks. The singer had prepared her new music to share it with the Eurovision viewers but still, an intruder managed to bypass the security guards and get on the stage while Jamala was presenting to the world her new song. The minister added that Sedyuk had been placed in custody for 72 hours, and that he faced "hooliganism" charges punishable by up to five years in prison.

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Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said in a May 14 Facebook post that police had detained Vitaliy Sedyuk, who performed the stunt on live television as Ukrainian singer Jamala was performing during the previous night's Eurovision final.

Mr Sediuk has a history of carrying out pranks. That might seem like a laugh, but Sedluk was also charged with assault when he tried to bury his face in Brad Pitt's groin at a premiere in 2014. Bulgaria came second and Moldova third.