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Monday Night Football Broadcaster Admitted To Peeing Himself During Games

Odell Beckham Jr. running off the field with his hands up.

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 18: Odell Beckham #13 of the New York Giants reacts as he walks off the field before the game against the Detroit Lions at MetLife Stadium on December 18, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

For the second time in a few weeks, Odell Beckham Jr. left the field. This time, it was to use the restroom, and that led to a truly bizarre moment involved Monday Night Football's Booger McFarland.

Beckham ducked out early before halftime against the Eagles. The Giants said it was to get treatment for dehydration after the game.

This time, his brief absence was a bit more everyone but McFarland. The two-time Super Bowl champion thought it was ridiculous for Beckham to go into the locker room to pee, because he never did.

Booger McFarland admitted to peeing himself during games, rather than leave the sideline, when he played.

The Post Game's Jeff Eisenband captured the strange moment:

From McFarland there:

"Back in my day, Tess, we would do that on the sideline. I didn't need to go to the back for that. We would just sit down on the bench, and do your business, and move on. That's what we did."

His broadcast-mate Jason Witten interjected, telling McFarland that it was "too much information," and a fired up Booger couldn't believe it.

"No it's not! Listen, listen, these diva wide receivers want to go to the bathroom. As a defensive lineman, we didn't go to the bathroom! You sat on the bench, did your business, and got up!... That's just real."

If you see Booger McFarland on a plane, hope that your ticket isn't next to him, especially if it is a cross-country flight.