Pittsburgh Steelers fan ‘poos his pants’ during NFL clash with Las Vegas Raiders

It was not a good day to be a Pittsburgh fan as the team lost to the Las Vegas Raiders – but the day got worse for one Steeler follower as he seemingly defecated in his own pants.

Heading into their clash in week two of the 2021 NFL season, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Las Vegas Raiders both started the season with a win and were hoping to keep that momentum going.

The tension got too much for one fan, who was photographed in a bathroom at Heinz Field washing his pants after allegedly soiling himself.

“I’ve never been happier. Dude pooped his pants and is waning them aht in the sink,” another fan wrote on Twitter.

“Steeler football is back.”

The fan’s identity is unknown, as are the circumstances that led to such a moment which has since been immortalised in the viral image.

The fan, wearing a Jerome Bettis jersey with number 36 emblazoned on his back, is pantless while attempting to wash his soiled trousers in a stadium sink.


On the field, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr powered through injury to lead his team to the win. The 30-year-old threw for 382 yards and a pair of touchdowns without an interception.

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It is the first time ever that the franchise started a season 2-0 with both wins against play-off teams from the previous year since 1966 after the Raiders defeated the Baltimore Ravens in week one.

As for Pittsburgh, two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tallied 295 yards and a touchdown but his night was marred by an awful interception straight to Las Vegas cornerback Trayvon Mullen.

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The Steelers move to 1-1 as a result, and they will look to make amends next Sunday when they welcome their AFC North rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals, to Pittsburgh.

Meanwhile, the Raiders will hope to stay undefeated as they play host to the Miami Dolphins, who were crushed 35-0 by their division rivals, the Buffalo Bills.

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