Super Bowl LVIII has it all – Patrick Mahomes, an all-star 49ers cast, Usher, and even a pair of streakers.

During the second half of the ‘Big Game’ at Allegiant Stadium, two streakers ran on the field before being taken down by security.

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Security guards converge on the pitch invader at Allegiant Stadium

The brave individuals sprinted around the turf topless while wearing a white pair of pants.

Security quickly swarmed on the duo and they was eventually taken down and escorted off the field down the tunnel.

Broadcasters have an unwritten rule to never give streakers air time but CBS announcers Tony Romo and Jim Nantz could not resist discussing the incident on air.

“Oh, we got people on the field!” said Romo.

“Oh my goodness, we do! We got a streaker,” Nantz replied. “There’s a partial streaker… Shirt off.”

“But we can’t talk about it,” Romo added.

The incident came just moments before Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker made Super Bowl history.

Butker converted a 57-yard field goal – the longest in SB history -to make it 10-6.

Butker is congratulated by his Chiefs teammates after breaking the record for the longest field goal in Super Bowl history

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Butker is congratulated by his Chiefs teammates after breaking the record for the longest field goal in Super Bowl historyCredit: Getty

Interestingly, this isn’t the first time a streaker has fancied their chances at the Super Bowl.

During Super Bowl XXXVIII between the Panthers and Patriots in 2004, famed English streaker Mark Roberts ran onto the field in Houston in his birthday suit.

Just before the start of the second half, Roberts ran onto the field disguised as a referee, stripped off, and performed a dance wearing only a thong.

He was only stopped after being tackled by Patriots linebacker Matt Chatham.

More to follow.

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