Bearded Nathan Grindal was booted out of last year’s Cash Converters Players Championship after the 5,000-strong crowd saw him on the big screen and chanted “Jesus”.
The Messianic cries put Phil “The Power” Taylor off at the oche and Nathan, 34, was asked leave the event at Butlins in Minehead, Somerset.
But when he tried to return last week for this year’s tournament, security pounced on the scraggly-bearded arrows fan.
Aussie electrician Nathan said: “Two big beef-head security guards dragged me into an office and told me they wouldn’t let me watch the darts.
“I felt quite intimidated. The head of security told me they would not be letting me into the tournament as they didn’t want a repeat of last year.
“It’s not my fault that I look like Jesus.”
A miraculous comeback saw Michael van Gerwen claim the 2013 title, beating previous champ Taylor 11-7.
A Butlins spokesman said: “Based on his disruptive behaviour last year, both Butlins and the organisers, PDC Darts, took the decision not to allow Mr Grindal into the resort.”
The PDC refused to comment last night.