Athlete has an oops moment after his running shorts loosen

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31-year-old, Jozef Urban gave out his ‘everything’- literally as he participated in Kosice Peace Marathon on Sunday.

In a viral video, spectators along the road cheered on to a rather bizarre incident as the Slovakian approached the finishing line with his manhood fully exposed.

As luck would have it, this was Urban’s personal best despite finishing tenth cocking a time of 2:21:51, according to New York Post.

Details as to whether the athlete’s was aware are not clear, but people online weighed in on this rare running wardrobe malfunction. 

...and it was hilarious

 

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