Streaker interrupts Crufts judging
Published 15/03/2010 | 06:56
A streaker livened up the proceedings at the last night of Crufts.
As competitors watched the judging of the Gundog group on the fourth day of the canine showcase, the man ran into the arena at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham.
He was wearing nothing but shoes and socks and a cat-shaped mask covering his modesty with the words "I streak.com" written on his chest.
He was quickly escorted from the area, allowing judging to continue.
Later, a Hungarian Vizsla took the title of Best in Show.
The six-year-old, whose pet name is Yogi, beat off competition from six other prize pooches in the culmination of the four-day show.
Taking second place was a Scottish Terrier from Russia, whose pet name is Rico.
Organisers the Kennel Club said almost 22,000 dogs across 187 breeds were entered into this year's Best in Show competition.