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Marshawn Lynch grabs whiskey bottle at Seahawks parade

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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch hit the headlines earlier this week for handing out Skittles during the Super Bowl champions’ victory parade on Wednesday.

However, the 27-year-old was also photographed and filmed accepting a more adult product from the Seahawks’ supporters: Fireball whiskey.

As Lynch was busy soaking up the atmosphere at the front of the float, naturally, he suddenly spotted someone in the crowd with a bottle of the alcoholic beverage.

Once he spotted the whiskey, that was that: he had to have it.

Lynch spent the next 20 seconds gesticulating to the fan to give him the bottle - his mouth was covered by a scarf - before finally landing his hands on the prized possession and grabbing it as if it is was the Lombardi trophy itself.

To watch the video, click play on the video - brought to our attention by CBS Sports - at the top of the page.

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