Donald Trump was trolled at rally by man standing behind him with bizarre 'steak' sign

Donald trump msnbcMSNBC/TwitterscreenshotThe sign was difficult to read.

A man standing behind Donald Trump at a Wednesday-night rally held an unusual protest sign.

The Republican presidential front-runner gave a stump speech before a packed Clemson University crowd in Pendleton, South Carolina. At various points in his speech, however, a sunglasses-clad man stood up with a sign declaring that “TRUMP LIKES HIS STEAK WELL DONE.”

This was an apparent reference to a Tuesday report in The Telegraph, in which Trump was described ordering a well-done steak at a restaurant in Manchester, New Hampshire. The report caused a small firestorm of mockery on Twitter.

The man holding the sign appears to be Massachusetts-native Zach Etkind, who achieved some popularity on YouTube with various stunts in China under the “Donnie Does” moniker. His most famous stunt involved him sneaking into the ring of a Manny Pacquiao fight to promote his line of combination suit-jerseys called the Suisey.

View some tweets on the man’s protest below:

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