Streaker Confirms He Made Serious Bank With Super Bowl Incident

Word got around after the Super Bowl that streaker Yuri Andrade placed a $50,000 bet that there would be a streaker at the event before he ran onto field himself. At +750, he would walk away with $374,000 profit, so most on social media claimed this was a phony story.

However, the streaker himself posted to his Instagram page confirming that it’s true. The dude in a pink onesie is an American hero, and we’re here for all of it.

Now that Andrade has beaten sports books at their own game, we can kiss any future prop bet like this goodbye. We’re actually kind of surprised it took this long for a fan to go full Pete Rose and bet on himself.

Most similar fan incidents are done for popularity, but Yuri Andrade was a man with a plan.

Let’s look at the takeaway here:

He was elbowed in the neck at the goal line by a middle-aged man, spent a night or two in jail, and will probably be banned from NFL venues for life. Totally worth it if you’re locking $374K in the bag. I mean, how many of us would give up live football attendance for that price?

Probably all of us. Good for Andrade for making a complete fool of himself and then cashing in behind our backs.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr


Leave a Reply
  1. I’m calling BS on this guys story. He may have bet on himself and won, but it wasn’t 50k. Unless he’s a known gambler to the book, there’s no way he got that much money down on himself for a prop. Prop bets are usually limited because of just this type of thing, it’s a lot easier to affect props like this than in-game. Many books will have a $250ish limit on prop bets in general unless you’re a VIP.

  2. Fake news. No offshore book or local bookie with that kind of bank would accept an exotic prop bet for 50K. And in the US, would not have seen that bet listed anywhere. Like above commenter said, usually very low limits on props, especially exotics. Check your stories before reposting Gary.

  3. This is total BS & Outkick should be better at researching this. Just because the guy says on instagram that it’s true doesn’t make it so. I’ve spoken with enough respected bettors that say this just isn’t true. He could’ve placed maybe a $500 – $1000 bet on it, but no way $50,000. That’s somebody saying I won a 25 team parlay and won $750,000 and then me jumping on instagram to post “yep, it’s true!” If so it shouldn’t be hard to put up a photo of the winning ticket or wager. This is ridiculous.

Leave a Reply