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Fake 'Peyton Manning' Prank Calls Radio Show (Video)

| by Michael Allen

An unidentified prankster called into a radio sports show pretending to be Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, and the hosts fell for the ruse even after the hoaxer made several bizarre statements (video below).

Shock jock Howard Stern played the prank call on his SiriusXM show on March 1, reports TMZ.

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The Manning impersonator said, "[Carolina Panthers quarterback] Cam Newton is a little cry baby bitch," mocked sexual assault allegations and sang, "Papa Johns says it's not rape, all I did was show my d---."

The prankster went on to make a crude reference to his "Manning sauce," and the show hung up on him.

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The prankster called back, and the hosts asked "Manning" about his legacy. The man said that if he were to retire he would miss the "black pecker parade" in the locker room, notes MarksFriggin.com, a Stern fan site.

The hosts took another phone call, which turned out to be the prankster who made remarks about Eli Manning's penis size. Eli Manning is Peyton's brother, and also plays as an NFL quarterback for the New York Giants.

Stern called it the "greatest phony phone call ever."

WARNING: Graphic language.

Sources: TMZ, MarksFriggin.com / Photo credit: Jeffrey Beall/Flickr