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By Extra Mustard
November 14, 2014

Jimmy Graham is having a tough time celebrating his touchdowns now that the NFL has outlawed his signature goal post dunk move. Even Nelly offered to help Graham figure out what to do when he finds the end zone. 

During last week's game against the 49ers, Graham celebrated a score with the move known as the Lambeau Leap. One fan, dressed as The Joker from the Batman films, grabbed a hold of Graham's rear end.

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Now Graham is thinking he might stay away from the stands. 

"That'll probably be my last one after I got groped up," Graham said, according to Nola.com. "It was a moment in the game and I just wanted to go and thank all the fans for being there. Some people were trying to thank me a little too much."

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Ramon Antonio Vargas of The Advocate got in touch with the handsy Joker. The man underneath the makeup is 43-year-old Scott McGowan, the co-owner of a Baton Rouge exterminator's business. 

“I went for what I could grab,” McGowan told The Advocate. “Everything else was taken, so I took what I could get.”

- Dan Gartland

[via Sporting News]

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