Professional Parkour Team Launch Manhunt With £10K Prize For Anyone Who Finds Them
A UK parkour group is giving away £10,000 to anyone who manages to find them during a nationwide man-hunt.
So if you've always fancied yourself as a tracker or a wannabe bounty hunter now is the time to prove it.
Explaining the competition on their Instagram page professional parkour team Storror said: "All you have to do to win the money is find all seven of us and film the video and say the code words: 'Storror Blackout Bounty'. It's as simple as that - do that you win ten grand." Simple, eh?
The guys then go on to stipulate that whoever finds them must be within a 20m radius- so no trying to be smart and using a zoom lens - but no closer than 2m.
If you're hoping for a heads up on where they're going then you're fresh out of luck, as they explain that they're going to be up and down in the country, in towns, cities, forests - you name it, it seems as though they're planning on going there.
Although you might spot some clues if you check out the Storror Instagram stories for updates.
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Setting out the rules on Instagram, they wrote: "Contestants must find all seven members of the STORROR team together, in the same location, at the same time.
"Contestants must then record a video clip that includes all seven members of the team together, with the contestant heard saying the words 'Storror Blackout Bounty'."
Contestants can hunt as individuals or you can join with up to five mates to form a group.
You can check out the full terms and conditions, here.
It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway - in the quest to find Storror please don't break any coronavirus restrictions currently in place in your area, or you might find that your £10,000 prize is quickly swallowed up by a fixed penalty fine.
The competition kicked off at 5pm yesterday and runs for 10 days or until they get spotted, so if you've fancy getting involved: go go go.
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