Jesus lookalike kicked out of TV darts tourney for distracting players
A man from Oxford, who looks like Jesus, was thrown out of a TV darts tournament after the crowd started to chant and broke the concentration of the players.
Nathan Grindal had gone to watch the Cash Converters Players' Championship final at Minehead Butlins in Somerset with pals, the Mirror reported.
He was sitting among more than 4,000 people when the crowd started crucifying him with chants of: "Stand up if you love Jesus."
The mickey-taking got so loud that it began to put legend of the oche Phil "The Power" Taylor and his Belgian opponent Kim Huybrechts off their game.
So security men were called and Grindal was asked to leave.
Six guards escorted the 33-year-old labourer to another part of the venue where he watched the rest of the match on TV.