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Watch: A drunk Tom Brady fumbles at Super Bowl parade

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Winning the Super Bowl has now turned into a routine habit for Tom Brady.

Nonetheless, even after clinching the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the record seventh time, the excitement and celebrations are still at the peak for the veteran quarterback and so was seen during the Tampa Buccaneers boat parade.

just litTle avoCado tequila: Tom Brady gets all boozed up for parade

In a clip shared by Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times, a super drunk Brady is seen getting escorted from the boat, as the 43-year-old fumbles with a grin on his face.

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The clip soon went viral on Twitter as ‘Drunk Tom Brady’ started trending on the platform.

While the netizens having their ribs tickled seeing Brady, the pro football legend himself made a hilarious tweet, sharing the video with a caption that read: “Noting to see her…just litTle avoCado tequila”

Meanwhile, LeBron James took a cheeky dig at Brady’s post.

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“Man o man I wish we were able to have our parade too cause I would have been walking beautifully just like you!” the Lakers stalwart tweeted.

However, it was not the only reason why Brady was trending. The quarterback, along with tight end Rob Gronkowski daringly imitated the passing and receiving act, but this time on two separate boats and with the Vince Lombardi Trophy itself!

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While the Bucs fandom was having fun seeing the 43-year-old in his hilarious avatar, not all of the internet took it lightly.

Several netizens pointed out and took a shot at Brady as well as the rest of the Buccaneers squad for not wearing masks or following social distancing, while also calling the QB’s behavior ‘irresponsible’.

In the past NFL season, the COVID-19 protocols on players and squads were strict, and breaching them brought about multiple penalties. However, now that the season is over, time will tell if the league pays heed to Tom Brady and the Bucs’ after party and takes any subsequent steps or not.

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