Comedian and stunt artist Lee Nelson is at it again –  and this time it was the soon-to-be ex-FIFA president Sepp Blatter who was the target.

During a conference in Zurich today, Nelson managed to make his way on to stage equipped with a stack of money.

He then addresses the crowd and said: “Sepp, this is for North Korea in 2026”, before he threw the cash up in the air, making it fall perfectly over Blatter.

The stunt – which resulted in Blatter storming out – is an obvious reference to the corruption investigation into FIFA that is currently taking place.

This isn’t the first time Lee Nelson has managed to get himself into hard to reach locations. Last year he almost managed to board the England team plane to the World Cup in Brazil when he disguised himself as an international football player.

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