Super Bowl Streakers Finally Have Punishment Handed Down

Remember all the way back in February during the Super bowl, you know when a streaker ran onto the field. It was quite an exciting moment, and it definitely was a very bold move rarely seen on such a big stage. Both culprits pleaded no contest to trespassing, and they agreed to one year of probation. According to the Tampa Bay Times, their punishment also includes a fine and a fine.

Apparently it was a two man job, with one man doing the distracting, while the other man ran onto the field.

Via Tampa Bay Times:

Yuri Andrade and Douglas Schaffer appeared in a virtual court hearing Tuesday before Hillsborough County Judge Jack Gutman, where they pleaded no contest to trespassing charges. In exchange, both accepted probation terms that include 100 hours each of community service, a $500 fine and letters of apology to the National Football League.

The judge advised him not to violate probation or commit any other illegal acts.

“No more streaking,” Andrade said. “I promise.” “No more streaking or anything else that violates any law or statute,” the judge said.


Both men spent a night in jail, and will avoid any further jail time.

Totally worth it to tell the crazy story for the rest of your life.

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