Eurovision in chaos as security tackle streaker mid performance

The stage invader, wrapped in an Australian flag, took to the stage during a performance by last year's victor Jamala, and bared his bottom.

Eurovision may be seriously reconsidering our invitation to the competition, after a cheeky flasher took to the stage, dropped his dacks, and waggled his butt in the name of Aussie pride.

As the voting kicked off Sweden have given Australia 10 points but Portugal is soaring ahead.

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The prankster, Vitalii Sediuk, got arrested and now faces the charges of imprisonment for up to 5 years and pay a fine.

The singer maintained her composure and continued her song as security dragged him off the stage.

Jamala, who swept to victory in Stockholm previous year with her song 1944, was returning to the Eurovision stage during a break between the final performance and the beginning of scoring. Sedluk was, up until around 2014, known for crashing celebrity events in Los Angeles and trying to force himself on women and sometimes men.

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"During the performance of our Jamala, according to his own words, he made a decision to realise his hobby as he "unofficially works as a provocative journalist", Mr Avakov said.

The ambassador to Ukraine, Bruce Edwards tweeted that it was a "timely reminder for any Australians in Kiev for Eurovision".

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