6. He can score with no shorts
The 2010 Junior World Cup semi-final between England and Australia produced an unforgettable rugby moment.
England’s winger got the ball 22 metres from the Australian line and was tackled by his shorts. With the defender desperately hanging on and his shorts sliding down, May got to the line to score, his backside fully exposed for much of the way.
7. North Korea calling
The North Koreans’ interest in Jonny May appears to stem back to an interview England team-mate Ben Te’o gave to The Telegraph in February 2017.
Te’o said the pair had watched a lot of documentaries on the hermit state and discussed how to bring peace to the region over many a cup of coffee
But in November of that year, May received a letter from the North Korean government asking him to have a go at putting his ideas into practice.
The Leicester winger told the Daily Mail: “There was this letter waiting for me with a wax stamp on it, the full works, saying ‘private, confidential.”
“It said, ‘Hi Jonny. We’ve seen that you and Ben Te’o are interested in our country and we’d love to arrange a trip up to the embassy for you, to meet all our president’s dignitaries, then we can organise a VIP tour to North Korea’.
“I sent the picture to Ben saying, ‘What the hell is going on? Is this a wind-up?’. He said, ‘No, I’ve had one too, they’re watching us!’.
“That’s what’s scary, they do watch out like that, they have a Google alert. When anyone is talking about North Korea, it will pop up.
“I haven’t been to the embassy. I’m actually worried about it. I didn’t write back.”