Prankster facing five years imprisonment for Eurovision mooning

For three years Australia has graced the Eurovision Song Contest stage and earned praise for our professionalism and our musical artistry.

Vitalii Sediuk was yanked off stage after mooning the cameras as last year's victor Jamala performed during the song contest in Kiev.

Fans and journalists inside Eurovision are confirming that the flasher was not an Aussie, but was actually known Ukrainian prankster Vitalii Sediuk, who has a history of invading red carpets and accosting celebrities. The minister added that Sedyuk had been placed in custody for 72 hours, and that he faced "hooliganism" charges punishable by up to five years in prison. "During the performance of our Jamala, according to his own words, he made a decision to realize his hobby as he "unofficially works as a provocative journalist", Avakov said.

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He once struck actor Brad Pitt in the face as he signed autographs in Los Angeles.

With Isaiah Firebrace coming in 9th place, and Portugal taking the Eurovision crown, it is possible Australia will be better remembered this year for the presence of its national flag on the back of a naked man.

Sedluk was the guy who briefly stormed the stage at the Grammys in 2013 when Adele wasn't there to accept her award.

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