Laura Woods photobombed by ‘naked’ man on top of bus as she hangs out with Netherlands fans before England clash

Laura Woods photobombed by ‘naked’ man on top of bus as she hangs out with Netherlands fans before England clash

LAURA WOODS has shared videos online of her soaking in the pre-game atmosphere ahead of England’s semi-final against the Netherlands.

However, she was unexpectedly photobombed by one fan appearing to be wearing nothing but for mother nature’s wardrobe.

Instagram @laurawoodsyLaura Woods shared a video of her mingling with the Netherlands fans before the semi-final[/caption]

Instagram @laurawoodsyOne fan photobombed the footage after they appeared to be naked[/caption]

Instagram @laurawoodsyLuckily the camera later revealed they had some clothes on as Woods then walked away[/caption]

The award-winning presenter posted videos of herself mingling among the Oranje fans before the game.

The ITV presenter found herself among the sea of orange-wearing fans ahead the game in Dortmund due to kick off at 8pm.

As the camera showed off the large crowd, the camera then caught one scantily-clad fan sitting on the roof of a coach.

The fan was waving a Dutch flag and had a drink in their other hand.

But the fan was also seen without a shirt on and only a view of their bare legs could be seen from the angle.

However, another angle revealed the fan was in fact wearing some clothing below the belt.

Woods, 37, has 765,000 followers on Instagram.

Dutch fans have captured the imagination in Germany with their viral “left right” song rocking the tournament.

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BBC and ITV’s Euro 2024 line up in full

Here’s how each channel will line-up:

BBC presenters:

Gary Lineker, Alex Scott, Gabby Logan and Mark Chapman

ITV presenters:

Mark Pougatch and Laura Woods 

BBC pundits:

Alan Shearer, Micah Richards, Rio Ferdinand, Ellen White, Frank Lampard, Ashley Williams, Wayne Rooney, Joe Hart, Cesc Fabregas, Thomas Frank, David Moyes, Rachel Corsie and James McFadden

ITV pundits:

Ian Wright, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Karen Carney, Graeme Souness, Eni Aluko, Ange Postecoglou, Danny Rohl and Christina Unkel

BBC commentators:

Guy Mowbray, Robyn Cowen, Vicki Sparks, Steve Wilson, Steve Bower and Jonathan Pearce

ITV commentators:

Sam Matterface, Clive Tyldesley, Seb Hutchinson, Pien Meulensteen and Joe Speight

BBC co-commentators:

Danny Murphy, Martin Keown, Jermaine Jenas and James McFadden

ITV co-commentators:

Lee Dixon, Ally McCoist and Andros Townsend

It involves a large group of fans holding each other’s shoulders while jumping from left to right in unison.

They dance to a song called Links Rechts – which translates to ‘Left Right’ in English – by Snollebollekes, a Dutch party act.

It wasn’t a huge hit when it was first released in 2015 but now racks up several streams during every carnival and throughout major football tournaments.

However, Three Lions fans will also be in full voice in response as they hope to cheer on Gareth Southgate‘s team into Sunday’s final.

The winner will face Spain in the final following their 2-1 win over France last night.

GettyThe Dutch fans have taken Germany by storm[/caption]

Meet Eva Murati, Albania’s answer to Laura Woods

MEET Albania’s answer to Laura Woods.

Glamorous Eva Murati, 28, has been fronting Champions League coverage in the country since 2017.

Boasting nearly one million Instagram followers, gorgeous Eva is a triple threat – actress, host and model.

Eva is fluent in Italian studied law at the University of Tirana.

But her passion for showbiz led her into presenting at just 18.

Eva is mad Juventus fan and was thrilled to meet legendary defender Fabio Cannavaro.

As if she didn’t have enough strings to her bow, Eva is also a great singer and has hinted she might even release a song one day.

Until then, she’ll continue lighting up screens with her Champions League coverage, in between modelling for lingerie brand Yamamay.

Click here to see more of the glamorous Eva Murati…

Jack Wilshere on Harry Kane

SunSport’s Euro 2024 columnist Jack Wilshere gives his verdict on the Harry Kane dilemma…

HARRY KANE should start against Holland.

But we need to be more pro-active with our substitutions and keep the energy in the team.

In the first half against Switzerland, we saw that if you set up in a certain structure, Harry can do it.

I hear people say, ‘Harry can’t press’ but of course he can.

Can he sustain it for 90 minutes? I’m not sure, he may prove us wrong.

But regardless of that, we have to be more front foot with our changes, rather than waiting and reacting to what the opposition are doing.

People used to talk about Gareth Southgate not taking Harry off.

He did it against the Swiss and it worked.

We proved we can win a penalty shootout without him.

So play Harry from the start and tell him: “Give me everything until you can no longer.”

Harry is OK with that. He’s the captain, he wants what is best for the team.

Read more from ex-England and Arsenal star Jack Wilshere.

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