Ohio State fans and media members are calling out Buckeyes superfan Buck-I-Guy for his recent behavior at the celebration of life for the late Earle Bruce.

The service for the former coach was open to the public and Buck-I-Guy showed up in full gameday gear – hat, cape and all – to the event. Twitter user Dustin Stinson captured a photo of Buck-I-Guy in attendance. His tweet accompanying the photo (below) began “Un-(expletive)-believable.”

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Stinson wasn’t the only one outraged at Buck-I-Guy for showing up in full gear and drawing attention to himself at the event. Buck-I-Guy signed a large photo of Bruce, to be given to the family, that was meant to be only signed by former players and coaches. This drew the ire of The-Ozone’s Tony Gerdeman.

Others joined in calling out Buck-I-Guy:

It’s safe to say Buck-I-Guy hasn’t made any new fans of his own.

UPDATE: WTVN reporter Matt McCoy reported that the error had been rectified: