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Mike Myers showed up at Toronto Raptors game and got standing ovation

Mike Myers is a Scarborough treasure and is always met with love when he returns to Toronto, including last night's Raptors game.

Myers, AKA Wayne Campbell, was courtside at the Toronto Raptors vs. Indiana Pacers game on Wednesday, March 22, and was met with a grand round of applause when introduced by the announcer.

Sitting with his son Spike and waving to the camera, the 60-year-old voice of Shrek blew smooches and kissed some type of Toronto Maple Leafs pendant.

Unfortunately, the Austin Powers star could not pass on any luck to the players, seeing as the Raptors lost by a mere four points. But hey - at least the fans got to see Myers in the flesh.

This lucky appearance happened just days after Myers surprised staff and diners at The Caledonian, a very popular Scottish whisky pub at College and Ossington.

For his Sunday dinner, Myers and his group chowed down on a platter of sausage rolls, fish n’ chips, needs and tatties and the pub's famous haggis.

Let’s hope the weekend provides more Myers spottings across Toronto. Groovy baby!

Lead photo by

Adam Laskaris

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