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Poor Clark!

The new Cubs mascot has been thoroughly lampooned ever since the team introduced the young, friendly bear on Monday. He’s been described as sad, weird, creepy and even perverted.

Neil Steinberg in the Sun-Times called him the “love child of Kit Cloudkicker and Chuck E. Cheese.

Deadspin went so far as to post a photoshopped image of the pantless cub with full frontal nudity.

Well, that Deadspin image found it’s way on to Comcast SportNet’s live broadcast in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. Anchor Nicole Darin quickly noticed it and asked for it to be removed, calling it “a gag photo.” Co-host Brian Mitchell, however, couldn’t suppress his laughter.

And so the ridicule continues for Clark.

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