Vikings thanks porn star for her service on the Jumbotron

As if losing 40-3 to the Dallas Cowboys wasn’t embarrassing enough, an unlucky stadium jumbotron operator took the Minnesota Vikings’ humiliation a step further by falling for a fake “Salute to Service” photo of a porn star.

Steven Wolff, better known by his stage name Johnny Sins, has portrayed a myriad of professions in his adult film career. In one particular film, the 43-year-old got tired of playing a service member. The resulting imagery – Johnny in old camouflage with no name tape – has been deployed over the years to spoof popular celebrities in “Thank you for your service” gaffes.

The US Bank Stadium jumbotron operator is the latest victim, sharing a Twitter user’s mistaken wish on the stadium’s big screen for all to see.

“We are honoring our country’s service members, veterans and their families during Sunday’s game against Dallas,” the official Vikings account wrote in the days leading up to Sunday’s game. “Share photos and stories of your loved ones who have served or are currently serving #schoolsalute to give them a chance to appear on the video board on Sunday.

“This is my cousin Joel who serves in the military,” Twitter user @kylerulz4h wrote, “He has always been an inspiration and someone I look up to for his bravery. He’s also a huge Vikes fan #schoolsalute,

Reactions were swift, including one from the featured actor, who wrote, “Ha! that’s awesome!”

Others celebrated the professions of Renaissance people he took on in his extensive filmography.

One user wrote in response to another user, “Pizza delivery man, cable man, plumber, police officer, fireman, the list goes on.” actor called A “jack of all trades.”

Sunday’s event, meanwhile, is decidedly no different. Tricking others into thanking fictitious or unworthy persons has become a popular attempt by some to embarrass high-profile personalities.

In 2021, The Intercept reporter Ken Klippenstein tricked Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz into sharing a photo on Memorial Day of a man Klippenstein claims was his grandfather.

“Congressman, my grandpa is a big fan of yours and a veteran, he would be thrilled if you could RT this photo of him for Memorial Day,” klipenstein wrote On a photo of John F. Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. “Here he is as a young private first class.”

Gaetz later shared the tweet with an American flag emoji, which he has since removed.

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