TOM BRADY'S Kentucky Derby outfit went viral – as the NFL star was mocked for looking like a Roger Rabbit villain.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarter back was at Churchill Downs to watch America's most famous horse race.
But social media users were quick to pick up on his remarkable likeness to baddie Judge Doom.
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The Judge – full name Baron Von Rotten – was played by Christopher Lloyd in 1988 smash hit Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
The evil character was famed for his hat and round glasses – a look 43-year-old Brady replicated in Louisville.
One Twitter user posted: "Tom Brady is dressed like he’s going to kill Roger Rabbit and the rest of Toontown."
Another commented: "Looks like he’s about to rob a bank in Gotham."
A fellow user wrote: "Does anyone know if Roger Rabbit is safe?"
In response to Super Bowl hero Brady's attire, another Twitter user posted: "It's giving me Roger Rabbit villain Judge Doom and I can't unsee it!"
While another quipped: "I just want to know why he framed Roger Rabbit."
Another social media user went all out, claiming: "Tom Brady looked like the love child of Judge Doom, Roger Stone, and The Joker."
While a fellow viewer wrote: "Looks like Tom Brady's post-Kentucky Derby plans include framing Roger Rabbit."
Brady was on hand to see 12-1 outsider Medina Spirit, giving trainer Bob Baffert a record seventh win in the Derby.
The horse – who was sold for just £723 as a yearling – scooped the £.14million first-place prize by half a length from Mandaloun.
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