For many people, photobombing is a hobby of sorts. What’s more rewarding than being super annoying and spoiling your friend’s perfectly manufactured candid moment? The answer is literally nothing.
Even if you’re an angel and have never intentionally ruined any of your friends’ photos, we regret to inform you that you’ve probably ruined a stranger’s photo by accident. It’s more than likely given the sheer amount of people using photo-sharing apps like Snapchat and Instagram.
If a photobomber has ever ruined your day, just remember that a beluga whale once photobombed a wedding and George W. Bush once photobombed a live sports broadcast. We’re not sure how that makes you feel but at least you’re not sad anymore.
Enter: Luke Manson, who will henceforth be known as The Photobomb Master, or TPM for short. This hero was standing behind a couple trying to take a photo together at a festival in the UK. Here he is in the right-hand corner, ready for action.
I mean, he could be doing anything. What if he’s brushing back his hair? What if he’s completely innocent? All of these thoughts will undoubtedly run through your head. Then you’ll see this.
I mean, photobombing is great and we’re huge proponents of it, but this is weird. What possesses someone to photobomb a photo in this manner? Was it spontaneous or thought-out?
As it turns out, this was not The Photobomb Master’s first rodeo. You don’t become a Master without practice which apparently applies to everything. Here he is, at the same festival.
It appears as if our dude spent the whole festival photobombing the unsuspecting. Here’s another couple who thought they were taking a “sick” festival photo. Guess again.
His photobombed victims united on Twitter to find him. Here’s a photo of him being hilarious. Get it? Look closer at his hand then at the building behind him. He trolled everyone.
It turns out that TPM is a super nice guy and he apologized for all of the ruined pictures. Although we are of the opinion that he really added a special touch that (really) can’t be replicated.
Truly, TPM, you have nothing to be sorry for. Not only has he saved a few youths from taking some serious cliche pictures, but he also managed to catapult a guy to Twitter fame. Oh yeah, he’s also got fans of his own now.