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Tuesday night brought a packed slate of college basketball action across the country, but there was no stranger moment than what happened on the court during the Atlantic 10 game between Loyola Chicago and Duquesne .
Play was stopped momentarily at the start of the second half when an Uber Eats delivery boy entered the court during the action, looking for someone who had ordered from McDonald’s in the arena. Yeah sure.
No one could believe what happened. Seconds a local journalist covering the matchthe referee even came through press row and admitted that “this was a first” for him.
Apparently, the dedicated Uber Eats driver then walked around the arena bleachers for 10 minutes before finding his client, who was allegedly a student attending the game.
No word yet on how the delivery guy was able to walk onto the court, or why he did so while he was watching a live college basketball game. FOX Sports also has not been able to confirm what the student ordered.
But the clip quickly caught fire on social media as many expressed their disbelief.
Duquesne pulled away from Loyola Chicago with a dominant second half to win 72-58. But the real winner is the absolute legend who somehow made it onto the court during a Division I college basketball game while just trying to deliver food.
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