There are some sporting events that are held behind a paywall where viewers will need to purchase a pass in order to watch it. There are some ways to get around this, such as going to a bar where the event might be streamed, or alternatively, there is always pirate streams that you could look for.

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However, it seems that in a recent boxing fight between YouTubers KSI and Logan Paul, one man came up with a pretty ingenious and creative way of illegally streaming the fight. How, you ask? Basically, he tuned into the fight (which presumably he paid for) and then created a livestream on YouTube where the fight was reflected off his glasses, as you can see in the tweet below.

Now, we’re not sure if this was 100% intentional, but we imagine that there would not be any other reason to livestream himself watching the fight, right? It is also pretty obvious that those tuning in to the stream were there for the same reason, where the comment of, “Don’t move bro,” pretty much sums it up.

While we have come across various creative ways of piracy in the past, we think that this one probably takes the cake, even if we don’t condone it at all.

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