Paddy Power's Daft Punk impersonators gatecrash Brits in lucky pants

Betting chain Paddy Power unleashed another stunt last night by getting its trademark green underpants exposed on the red carpet at the Brit Awards.

It sent in two people posing as French electronic pop stars Daft Punk, a job made easier by the duo’s habit of always wearing helmets to hide their faces.

It worked with Taylor Herring on the stunt, which culminated with the fake pair dropping their trousers to reveal the bookie’s green y-fronts in front of the paparazzi.

Watch its video of the stunt's preparation and execution below:

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