Here’s the article that gives a rundown of my interview on ABC Gold Coast yesterday, talking about the State of Origin streaker.
Today there’s plenty of news coverage of last night’s One Day final streaker. Andrew Symonds has not been reprimanded by Cricket Australia for knocking him down, even though he could have faced a ban for “interfering with a spectator.”
The streaker, Robert Ogilvie, has been fined $1500 for “interfering with a person engaged in sport and wilful exposure.” Who knew that interfering with a person playing sport was an illegal offence? Ogilvie says he did the streak after his mates dared him to do so, and he was drunk at the time.
Asked by reporters if he felt embarrassed by his antics, Ogilvie replied: “No. Not really.”
He added that he would not do it again saying: “Nah, Nah. Done it once.”Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
Admitting it had been the first time he had streaked, he said: “You only live once.”
He won’t be bringing charges of assault against Symonds and apparently said “wake up to yourself” to the reporter who asked him that question.streaming film Transformers: The Last Knight
There’s no further info at present about the second streaker who appeared later in the game.
Looks like we have a new fashion when it comes to streaking. Never mind full nudity, today’s fashionable streaker goes for the “mankini”, the one-piece swimsuit made famous by Borat.
This became apparent at an AFL game in Darwin on Saturday night when a rangy tattooed man ran onto the field during the Western Bulldogs versus Fremantle game, wearing only a mankini.
The Northern Territory News reports that 11,000-strong crowd went absolutly mad, cheering him on. They even helped him to escape, offering clothes and holding off the security guard.
“He made a good run for it,” the security guard said. “I tried grabbing him as he jumped over the fence but there was nothing to grab.
“I had a hold of his foot but he was all yucky and sweaty and I lost my grip.”
The 28-year-old security guard said it was on the top of his list of bizarre things to happen while on the job.
“I’ve seen some pretty crazy things, but this was quite funny,” he said.
Ninemsn reports that there’s an “ongoing investigation” to find the streaker.
Well, it appears that this year’s World Naked Bike Ride was a huge success, with thousands of nude cyclists turning out across the globe to protest the world’s dependence on oil.
Some news reports:
Cyclists stage cheeky protest – Halifax News, Canada
Brace cyclists go naked to promote greener transport – The Argus, UK
Naked cyclists in green protest – Ananova
Scores of bicyclists go nude in UK – Boston.com