As a lingerie model for Victoria's Secret, Marisa Miller must be used to strutting her stuff wearing very little.
But it's safe to say she did not imagine she would be showing it all off at a celebrity American flag football match.
Thanks to actor Tom Arnold and his enthusiastic tackles, however, that is exactly what happened.
Tom Arnold tackles Marisa Miller, pulling down her leggings to reveal her bottom during a celebrity American football game on Miami Beach
The Victoria's Secret model laughed as Tom Arnold went in for the kill
The former husband of comedienne Roseanne Barr accidentally caught Miss Miller's leggings as he made a dive for one of the flags she was wearing around her waist.
The memorable tackle came during the Super Bowl festivities in Miami on Saturday.
And by the looks of things, it would seem that Miss Miller doesn't wear Victoria's Secret underwear outside of work.
'All of a sudden this big, sweaty guy was on top of me,' Miss Miller, who won Most Valuable Player, lamented after the game.
Mr Arnold seemed to deliberately target Miss Miller's jogging bottoms, but the supermodel saw the funny side.
Celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Lautner, Brian McKnight and Olivia Munn competed in the no-holds-barred game during the Super Bowl festivities in Miami on Saturday.
Near miss: Marissa fends off Arnold during the game. In flag football the opponent has to grab the tags worn around the waist
Miss Miller, who won Most Valuable Player, readjusts her leggings after the wardrobe malfunction
Gossip Girl stars Chace Crawford, Ed Westwick and Jessica Szhor also got in on the action.
The match, DIRECTTV's Fourth Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl, was played in front of thousands of screaming fans.
The teams were coached by quarterback Mark Sanchez of the NY Jets and NY Giants quarterback Eli Manning.
And while Miss Miller certainly appeared to be in shape, she told Fox News that she’s gained weight since the famous Victoria’s Secret Runway Show in November.
Marisa Miller pulls up her leggings as Arnold, second right, looks on
Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr watch on as the no-holds-barred game unfolds during the Super Bowl festivities in Miami on Saturday