Football Fan Reveals How He Was Paid £130 To Film Champions League 'Streaker'
A footie fan has revealed he sat next to the Champions league 'streaker' - who paid him £130 ($165) to film her on her phone while she ran on the pitch.
Peter Beaumont, 36, was seated next to Russian model Kinsey Wolanski ahead off the the Champions League final at at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid.
The scaffolder, from Runcorn, couldn't believe his luck and instantly turned to talk to the modern day 'Lady Godiva'.
Peter was sat in the row in front of his mates as he got deep into chat with Kinsey, who described herself as an 'online blogger' from Los Angeles.
But within minutes, the blonde bombshell told Peter that she was going to streak - and tugged her black summer dress to the side to show the costume underneath.
She handed him her phone and asked him to film her - and the pair then met later on to hand the phone back over a drink.
Peter said: ''We'd all got there early to soak up the atmosphere and drink beer. I was the only one of our group in the front row - and suddenly there she was.
"We all looked at each other thinking the same thing - 'Who the hell is this?' I got chatting to her, and my pals were teasing me after, thinking I was hitting on her.
"So when she told me she wasn't really there to watch the match, but to streak, I think my mouth nearly fell open, to be honest. She pulled her dress to show me her bikini and I didn't want to stare.
"When she told me she was going to run on 25 minutes into the match, I stupidly said - 'Don't take your clothes off if Liverpool have possession though'.
"About ten minutes into the game, she disappeared, probably looking for a way onto the field, and came back to give me her phone. She said - 'Make sure you get a good shot' - and passed it over to me.
"I stood on the seats and my pals all jeered at me. I said - 'She's about to take her kit off - you won't want to miss this'."
Sure enough, the swimwear model stormed onto the field and ripped the black summer dress off - and Peter's friends gawked. Kinsey's swimming costume read 'Vitaly Uncensored' - a reference to her boyfriend's website.
After she was taken away, Peter was in contact with her boyfriend Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, a prankster who was banned from footie games but sneaked in wearing a fake beard. Classic.
Once the match was over and the field celebrations had ended, Peter - who had to get a 6am flight the next day - left the stadium with Kinsey's possessions.
With his brother-in-law Ben in tow, Peter he found a bar 15 minutes' walk away, and told Vitaly and Kinsey to meet them there. Peter got a call from Vitaly, who then beeped the car horn twice.
They stepped out of the bar, and Peter said the two of them watched as Vitaly stepped out the car - while Kinsey ran across the road with open arms and joined them for a drink.
Peter said Vitaly told him he 'was a legend' and paid him £130 ($165). Funny that, considering The Sun spoke to experts who estimated that the stunt was worth a cool £3.8 mil.
Peter added: "It was a bit of a mad night to be honest. None of us expected anything like that to happen. My pals were sat behind me, and they thought I'd hit on her and gotten her number when they saw her give me her phone."
"I'm still in touch with them. I'd love to meet up sometime."
To get the rest of the dollar they owe him probably.
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