Taken from Wikipedia:
Rémi Gaillard (born 7 February 1975 in Montpellier, France) is a French prankster and football trickster. He gained attention in the French media after performing a well-documented series of pranks, including a famous appearance disguised as a Lorient football player in the 2002 Coupe de France final match, during which he took part in the winner’s celebrations and was even greeted by the then president of France Jacques Chirac. Gaillard has appeared in several sport events, TV game shows and political rallies, normally breaking the security measures easily. He has never been arrested for his acts.
According to an interview, Gaillard started his pranks after losing his job at a shoe store. He allegedly began to use his free time to “have fun”.
Gaillard is known for his football skills, which are displayed in several videos his friend has filmed.
Gaillard’s motto is “C’est en faisant n’importe quoi qu’on devient n’importe qui” in translation: “It’s by doing whatever that you become whoever“, by which he explains the reason for his behavior. He became famous through his YouTube-channel, on which most of his videos can be found.
Check his most recent video here: