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VIDEO: Non league player has pants pulled down by teammate during post-match interview

There were hilarious scenes over the weekend as a non league player has his pants pulled down by a teammate during a post-match interview.

Macauley Wilson, the captain of Bamber Bridge, is seen talking to the interviewer with a cameraman beside getting his reaction before jumping on what we can only assume is the team bus after his side fell to 4-2 defeat against South Shields in the Northern Premier League.

Teammate Paul Dawson looked to be causally walking past him, only to suddenly yank down his trousers and underwear, leaving Wilson red faced and covering his privates rather quickly as those on the bus burst out laughing.

The five-second clip is doing the rounds online, with it getting over 500,000 views and counting – check it out for yourself below…

There was a huge amount of reaction as the non league player has his pants pulled down by a teammate during the post-match interview…

@JoeBlue202: 🀣🀣🀣🀣 will never not be funny doing this to someone

@_jackburgs: Belter that 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

@gdrury71: Love shit like this brill.

@BrandonHCAFC: Imagine that live on sky

@DarrenTurley5: No matter where, no matter when, no matter how. Doing this to one of your mates will always be funny 🀣 the camera being in play is just an added bonus hahah

@jezzerooboy: you know he will always have to sleep with one eye open now just in case you get him back πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

@hannon_joel: 🀣🀣 10/10 keg

@TommyWills4: Clean as you like

@scfc07: Don’t even know the lad, but this is funny 🀣

@SineadGraham7: Not one fuck was given either 🀣🀣🀣

@JaredAFC: Friendship done after this

@Redsy85: Can’t beat a kegging 🀣🀣🀣

@harry_676: I’m 27 years old and still find de-kegging one of the funniest things in the world

@Nkt08: Love a good cacking! Quality

@JWebs_11: No matter how old you get or how many times you see it, someone getting kegged will always be fucking hilarious πŸ˜‚

@simonroden1: This is absolutely golden πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

@RyHswfc: Infront of camera aswell hahahhahah you don’t recover from that

@gavc83: Not sure if there is anything that beats this

Ollie Foster: This is just top quality bants, immature and truly british humour

Ian Riley: the funniest thing i have seen in ages, proper non league, you wouldnt see it in the prem or efl

Paul Henshaw: No way haha he had everything on show there

Keith Tanner: proper unsuspecting and right on camera too

Rachel Anderson: Love how the guy just took it, standing there and saw the funny side, very brave of him to post it personally on his twitter too

Liam Cullen: I would have been in absolute stitches watching that from the coach – the way he turned around and showed his tan lines too hahaha

Dean Collins: Love that the cameraman is still filming at the time, we so have to see that interview!

Si Earnshaw: He got well and truly done over there lol


South Shields got back to winning ways in comfortable fashion as they got the better of Bamber Bridge on an entertaining afternoon.

A stunning long-range goal by Mitch Rose put the Mariners ahead and the confidence was strong when Will McGowan got a second on 25 minutes.

Darius Osei made it 3-0 just after the hour mark and although Bamber Bridge pulled one back through a spot kick tucked away by Paul Dawson, South Shields soon extended their lead again when Sam Hodgson notched to seal the points.

Mark Yeates did produce a stoppage time consolation for the visitors, but the majority of the 2,173 crowd went home happy as Shields reduced Buxton’s lead at the top of the Northern Premier League to two points.

South Shields: 1 Myles Boney, 2 Jordan Hunter, 3 Blair Adams, 4 Jon Shaw, 5 Dillon Morse, 6 Jack Bodenham, 7 Mitchell Rose, 8 Robert Briggs, 9 Sam Hodgson, 10 Will McGowan, 11 Darius Osei

Subs: 12 Alex Kempster, 14 Will Jenkins, 15 Nathan Lowe, 16 Conor Tee, 17 JJ Hooper

Bamber Bridge: 1 Matthew Hudson, 2 Christopher Churchman, 3 Matthew Thomson, 4 Daniel Martin, 5 Macauley Wilson, 6 Nathan Pond, 7 Adam Dawson, 8 Isaac Sinclair, 9 Kevin Spinelli, 10 Paul Dawson, 11 Fin Sinclair-Smith

Subs: 12 Mark Yeates, 14 Aaron Skinner, 15 Craig Carney, 16 Luke Higham, 17 Jake Thompson

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