While the athlete could have been doing anything in the world during his private moment, there's actually a pretty simple explanation — he wanted some privacy to drop trou!
Apparently, Aaron pulled his hamstring in the first quarter of the game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday and needed to get his leg wrapped up. Instead of dropping his pants in front of cameras, the Packer just wanted a little extra privacy!
After the game, Olivia Munn's BF addressed the odd situation saying:
A chartered plane carrying a first-division Brazilian soccer team to the biggest game in its history crashed in the northwestern Colombian mountains on Monday night, killing 76 of the 81 people on board.
According to reports, the plane took off from Bolivia and was flying over the small town of La Union at around 10 p.m. when the crew declared an emergency. The plane crashed at around 10:15 p.m. in a mountainous area about 22 miles from the airport.
While it was unclear what caused the crash, local media said the plane had reported an electrical fault shortly before it disappeared off radar screens. Six people initially survived the crash, but one of them died a short time later.
The 72 passengers included members of Chapecoense, a Brazilian soccer team that had risen in popularity to play in one of South America's most prestigious tournaments. The top-league team was scheduled to face off against Atletico Nacional in the Copa Sudamerica finals on Wednesday in Medellin.
It was the first time the relatively unknown team had reached the final of a major South American tournament. On Tuesday, Atletico Nacional offered the championship to Chapecoense.
Apparently, Cristiano's club faced off against fellow Spanish soccer squad Atlético Madrid over the weekend, eventually winning 3-0.
Well, that embarrassing loss was clearly too much for middle-ground midfielder Koke… because he reportedly resorted to homophobic slurs at Cris' expense to express his overwhelming disappointment in himself.
Before the Portuguese player was able to make his way back to his locker room, Koke butted heads with Cristiano to call him
We could watch this incredible video over and over again!
On Sunday, a group of three Australians called How Ridiculous scored the World's Highest Basketball shot, which is an AMAZING achievement. The last person to hold that title was Dude Perfect, who made a shot standing on top of a building 533-feet above a basketball hoop.
As for the How Ridiculous gang, they took their shot off the top of Mauvoisin Dam in Switzerland. The Mauvoisin Dam in Valais is one of the ten highest in the world.
Luckily for us, the trio were able to capture the whole thing on camera, a feat they captioned with this excited message:
"On only the THIRD attempt, Derek breaks the Guinness World Record for the highest basketball shot ever, swishing one from a massive 180.968m (593.73 feet) off the top of Mauvoisin Dam in Switzerland!"
Women in the entertainment industry are in a lose-lose situation!
On Thursday, Hilary Duff stopped by The Talk and revealed she was "pigeonholed" in Hollywood after having her son Luca "too soon". This candid conversation came after the former Disney darling praised Jennifer Aniston who recently called out society's view that women are "useless" if they don't have a conventional family life!