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Security lapse in Euro 2024 continues! YouTuber disguises as Teddy Bear to reach pitch

Security lapse in Euro 2024 continues! YouTuber disguises as Teddy Bear to reach pitch

UEFA Euro 2024: Security lapse in Euro 2024 becomes a major concern as YouTube enters pitch side wearing giant Teddy Bear costume

The UEFA Euro 2024 is up and running in full swing. But the security concerns regarding the tournament hosted in Germany continues. In fact a major security lapse occurred when an YouTube donned a huge teddy bear costume to get inside the Munich Arena ahead of the Germany vs Scotland opening game.

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Security Lapses in Euro 2024

Not just the YouTuber, i.e. Marvin Wildhage, but two other men reached the edge of the pitch before the start of the opening game. Marvin Wildhage later stated to German media that he didn’t have any accreditation for the tournament, but had a fake ID of him.

The YouTuber filmed his entire journey of reaching the edge of the pitch before the start of the Germany vs Scotland. And this now has raised big questions about the lack of proper security control in UEFA Euro 2024.

While speaking to the German media, Marvin Wildhage went on to claim that he stuck fake German Football Association logos on his rented car. While the vlogger participated in this stunt as a prank. But his adventure went on to point out the security lapses in the mega tournament.

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