The man charged with Saturday’s great land invasion is now asking for another document.
Abra Bol could receive up to $ 12,000 and be kicked out of Optus Stadium for three years after losing everything except his ripped underwear and sneakers before darting onto the playing surface during the three-quarter break. Melbourne’s victory over the Western Bulldogs.
It was revealed yesterday that the 22-year-old is seeking donations from strangers to help cover the big fine.
And now he’s looking for another gift: underwear.
Mr Bol – the cousin of Western Australian Olympic sensation Peter Bol – engaged in a conversation with Bonds Australia on Instagram, asking them to replace his holey jocks.
A large tear has left part of Mr Bol’s back exposed to the 60,000 spectators in the stadium and the millions more who watch the broadcast at home and in bars across the country.
âLooks like you might need some new underwear,â Bonds told her in a post shared by Mr. Bol on Instagram.
âDefinitely do,â he replied, before hitting them for some.
“Can you provide me with some new underwear, please?” “
Mr Bol, who shared the exchange as a story on Instagram, told his more than 6,700 followers: “Don’t be surprised if you see me on Bonds’ next ad.”
Bonds has yet to respond to PerthNow’s questions centered on their intention to gift Mr Bol new jocks and if they are lining him up for a gig as a model.
It is understood that Mr Bol jumped from the public seating area, over a permanent fence, onto the pitch in Melbourne’s drought victory.
The streaker has been busy on social media since his weekend stunt, sharing countless headlines, memes and photos that have emerged from his run.
In another Instagram story, he asked how much he could sell his trash-worthy underwear for.
And he might just need the money soon, given the financial penalty that weighs him down and the fact that a GoFundMe page set up to help pay for this only raised $ 1,100 of the 12,000 goal. $.
A spokeswoman for Optus Stadium said yesterday the location would assist WA Police with their investigation and complete theirs “to gain a full and accurate understanding of the incident.”
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“This kind of offense is serious – not to mention stupid and dangerous – and as such it rightfully carries a hefty fine of up to $ 12,000 and the likelihood of a significant ban on all events. at Optus stadium, âshe said.
Mr Bol, who will appear in Perth Magistrates’ Court on October 5 for trespassing, is not the first person to attempt to make the most of an invading pitch stunt at a major sporting event .
Kinsey Wolanski was fined $ 24,000 for streaking footage in the 2019 Champions League final to promote her boyfriend’s X-rated prank website, but came out with millions in earnings advertising and an avalanche of new social media followers.
A month later, Wolanski’s boyfriend instructed his own mother to invade the pitch during the Cricket World Cup Final at Lord’s.
Elena Zdorovetskiy wore the same revealing outfit as Wolanski but was cut to the limit by the stewards, who took her away without interrupting the match.
Earlier this year, the European Championships were interrupted by a scantily clad pitch invader promoting cryptocurrency.
Her outfit included a skinny bodysuit – emblazoned with the crypto branding – and warm pants.
Fans were angry, however, after cameras cut him off, despite broadcasters focusing on Christian Eriksen as he battled a mid-game health scare earlier in the tournament.