Everyone was confused and amused when the Champions League final was brought to a halt when a streaker invaded the pitch!
Russian model Kinsey Wolanski somehow made it past security and broke onto the pitch at Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid in the first half of the game. All she wore was a thong swimsuit that read ‘Vitaly Uncensored’.
The Instagram model’s swimsuit was actually an advertisement for an X-rated website of the same name, run by her YouTuber boyfriend Vitaly Zdorovetskiy. He also invaded the 2014 World Cup final.
Aside from Wolanski’s brief stint in jail (she’s out now), all of those involved in the stunt paid out absolutely nothing for essentially placing an ad in a primetime slot.
According to sports betting and business expert Darren Rovell, it would’ve cost them $3.97 million (£3.14m) if they’d paid for advertising through official channels.
Zdoroverskiy was understandably overjoyed at his girlfriend’s antics so much so that he’s even vowed to marry her in the hours following the game.
The YouTube prankster took to twitter to post an image of the streak with the caption:
“I can’t wait to marry you.”
His 2014 World Cup pitch invasion meant that he’s been banned from major sports events.
It looks like her bank account could benefit from the streak too, as the model earned more than 1.9 million followers on social media in the aftermath of the streak.
With millions of pounds’ worth of free advertising, a significant boost in social media followers and a potential engagement the whole thing was totally worth it.