- Tongan athlete Pita Taufatofua made headlines in 2016 when he went shirtless at the Rio Olympics opening ceremony.
- He became known as the "shirtless Tongan."
- Taufatofua also qualified for cross-country skiing in the Winter Olympics.
- At the Opening Ceremony in Pyeonchang, he went shirtless again.
- People on Twitter admired the repeat look.
Tonga's Pita Taufatofua became an instant international star during the Rio Olympics when he walked into the opening ceremony wearing no shirt. At the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony on Friday, he did it again.
Taufatofua, 34, made his Olympic debut in 2016, competing in taekwondo. He was quickly eliminated from the competition after losing his first-round fight, but his shirtless appearance won him thousands of fans. He received a flood of suggestive photos, job offers, and marriage proposals, Yahoo Sports reported at the time.
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