Colts' Pat McAfee dropped his pants for Harlem Globetrotters

INDIANAPOLIS -- Colts punter, comedian, kicker Pat McAfee did the unthinkable during a Harlem Globetrotters basketball game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

He dropped his pants.

Yes, McAfee dropped his pants. Down to some short, short shorts. And he did it proudly.

McAfee's display came after he scored a “touchdown” during the game.

Of course, McAfee, who wore a Harlem Globetrotter jersey with his nickname “Boomstick” on the back, couldn’t do his celebration until he and his Colts teammates were part of the jokes first.

Wearing Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton, Frank Gore and Donte Moncrief jerseys, the Globetrotters got plenty of laughs from the crowd when they recreated the infamous botched fake punt the Colts attempted during their Week 6 loss to the New England Patriots where they had everybody lined up wide right with just Griff Whalen and Colt Anderson in the middle of the field.

The Globetrotters lined up for the fake field goal, but one of the players instead threw a long pass to McAfee, who crossed the end line as if he scored a touchdown. That’s when McAfee kicked off his shoes, dropped his pants and revealed his short shorts and socks that featured Hall of Famer Larry Bird on them before showing off his dance moves.