Yuri Andrade – the man who broke into the field wearing a pink thong swimsuit – came up with the idea for the stunt after a prop bet that offered BIG ODDS if someone actually turned up during SB55 the field ran

Andrade explained it all in an interview with WILD 941 – The gambling website Bovada offered 750 odds ($ 100 bet pays $ 750), so he decided to take matters into his own hands

He called everyone he knew and got them to bet on someone who would storm the field – then got tickets to the game and recruited a buddy to act as a decoy

Andrade says when security was distracted from his buddy he ran into the field and the rest is history

The 31-year-old says he also sent someone to Vegas to place the prop bet on a sportsbook there – but he couldn’t find out which book took the action

Of course he was arrested and booked for trespassing – but the whole thing is classified as no big deal

The worst part was that he couldn’t choose the Wedgie he was in custody because he was handcuffed, but now he’s clearly over it

We know what you think. Is it even legal to place a bet and then personally intervene in the game to get the result you want? We’re investigating

Super Bowl Streaker Bet

World News – USA – Super Bowl Streaker claims he has $ 375000 won for stunt, I literally bet on myself!

Source: https://www.tmz.com/2021/02/09/super-bowl-streaker-yuri-andrade-bets-prop-375000/