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Scott Moir Yelling At Olympic Hockey Game While Drunk Is The Most Canadian Thing You'll Ever See

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Scott Moir Yelling At Olympic Hockey Game While Drunk Is The Most Canadian Thing You'll Ever See

A video is going viral this morning and it's may be the funniest moment form the Olympics so far. 

Scott Moir, the famous Canadian Olympic skater was at the Women's Ice Hockey game last night. And in true Canadian fashion he was drunk, holding a beer, and yelling at the ref about a bad call.

READ ALSO: Canada Will Definitely Beat Its Olympic Medal Record Total In Pyeongchang

Here's a video of what happened: 

My boy Scott Moir.

r/canada

And here is handing out beers to people: 

Moir remains a hero...just passing out beers! 🇨🇦🙌🍺 pic.twitter.com/mjfLh0lgit

February 22, 2018

Someone even went and decided that this was worthy of a Canadian Heritage Moment and frankly, we have to agree. 

Via reddit

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