Josh Addo-Carr riles up Queensland supporters with over the top Origin try celebration – but can you spot the real reason the footage has fans talking?
- Josh Addo-Carr scored two tries for NSW Blues during State of Origin Game II
- He grabbed his jersey and riled up the fans at a sold-out Suncorp Stadium
- One Queensland fan in the background was spotted raising finger at Addo-Carr
A passionate Queensland supporter has gone viral online after her priceless reaction to Blues hero Josh Addo-Carr’s second State of Origin try was caught on camera.
The winger was dominant during NSW’s 26-0 drubbing of the Maroons in front of an embarrassed capacity crowd of 52,000 fans at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.
But as Addo-Carr pointed to his jersey and raced towards the jeering crowd in the 69th minute, one woman dressed in maroon stood out in the background.
An eagle-eyed footy fan spotted the woman raising her middle finger at Addo-Carr and shared footage of the classic moment to TikTok.
Winger Josh Addo-Carr scored the opening try for the NSW Blues during State of Origin Game II – but it was one Queensland fan’s reaction which had people talking
An eagle-eyed footy fan spotted the woman raising her middle finger at Addo-Carr and shared footage of the moment to TikTok
‘I’m a Queensland supporter but I honestly wouldn’t be that salty when we lose,’ one person commented on the clip.
‘That’s not how you treat a winning team,’ agreed another viewer.
‘I thought I was the only one to see it,’ added a third.
Other viewers joked the woman was acting like a ‘Karen’.
A ‘Karen’ is a term used to describe a middle-aged woman who is self-righteous, sometimes racist, tells people how to do their jobs, asserts their rights and complains to the manager.
The term became popular in meme culture on internet forum Reddit to describe problematic women.
In the most dominant win in Origin Series history, Addo-Carr scored and celebrated the try which left one QLD fan reeling