Super Bowl Streaker Apparently Made $374,000 For His Epic Run


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ONLY $500 bail?! Apparently The 'Super Bowl Streaker' made a ton of money for his stunt.

according to syracuse.com

Yuri Andrade, 31, of Boca Raton, Florida, is reported to have made a $50,000 prop bet at +750 that there would be a streaker during Super Bowl LV prior to running on the field himself on Sunday (February 7) night, according to a leaked direct message from a person claiming to have met Andrade after he was bailed out of jail.

The unidentified man believed to be posing with a shirtless Andrade in a photo shared in the direct message claims the streaker made $374,000 on the prop bet, which was far more than the cost of bail.

"Met the Super Bowl streaker at J. Alexander's Restaurant while having lunch before leaving Tampa," the unidentified man believed to be posing alongside a shirtless Andrade in a photo claimed in the direct message. "He bet 50k on a prop bet at +750 that there would be a streaker at the Super Bowl. His buddy went out first as a diversion so he didn't get caught as quickly as his friend. Cost him 1k to get out of jail so he cleared 374k on the bet! No s***."

Andrade was charged with trespassing after interrupting the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LV, which resulted in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeating the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9.

The 31-year-old was wearing shorts and a pink swimsuit promoting the adult website Vitaly Uncensored as he ran across the field at Raymond James Stadium before being tackled near the end zone by security staff and detained.

Andrade is reported to have posted $500 bail and was released from Hillsborough County Jail early Monday (February 8) morning, according to the Associated Press via Syracuse.com.

Social media personality Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, the namesake for the Vitaly Uncensored website, is reported to have planted Andrade at the game after having used himself and others to streak while promoting the website during big events in the past and may also face charges for his involvement, although it is not confirmed as of Tuesday (February 9) morning.