Attention Sochi spectators: Beware of the full moon glaring on the slopes.
Apparently several slopestyle skiers are having a hard time keeping their trousers up, and it's creating some spectacularly funny photo opps.
The worst offender is 22-year-old Swedish slopestyle skier Henrik Harlaut.
Onlookers got quite a sight several times on Thursday as the dreadlocked athlete struggled to keep his pants secure, possibly by choice, according to his fellow skiers.
"He's always been the most baggy," Norwegian skier Per Kristian Hunder told Yahoo Sports. "It's just his style. And people love it."
But Harlaut isn't the only one accidently participating in the no-pants-party.
Team USA's Joss Christensen also had a trouser-slip on the slopes during qualification, but it obviously hasn't slowed him down any. The 22-year-old, from Park City, Utah took home the gold today in the inaugural men's skiing slopestyle competition.