Yuri Andrade Wiki – Arrest
31-year-old Yuri Andrade rushed to the field in the fourth quarter in a dress that looked like a pink bathing suit. The man who crossed the field in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl and entered the end zone before being captured by a deputy faces a misdemeanor breach.
According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office arrest report, Yuri Andrade, 31, from Boca Raton, was at the match on Sunday when he jumped off the fencing in the stands at the north end of Raymond James Stadium and crossed the field.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was about to resume the game when Andrade appeared running into the field in what looked like a pink swimsuit, a blue face mask, and black shorts. Andrade took off his mask and raised his arms to salute victory as the fans in the stands cheered. The two security guards failed to capture Andrade as he made a return move to escape them. Andrade continued to run to the south end zone and Deputy Clinton Stearns crossed the goal line as he struggled with him. Other law enforcement gathered on Andrade, handcuffed and accompanied him out of the field.
On the sheriff’s Office Facebook page, “The best intervention of the game” 28-year-old Douglas Charles Schaffer Jr., also from Boca Raton. A second man named, was also arrested and charged with trespassing. After jumping from the stands and running to the field, according to the arrest report with the same statements as Andrade
Andrade was released on Monday morning after he paid the $ 500 bail. Prison records list his profession as “freelance” in “international business”.
According to records, Schaffer was being held in jail instead of $ 500 bail on Monday.
“Vitaly Uncensored” was written on the front of Andrade’s leotard. The website calls itself “the official website of the world famous joker and playboy Vitaly Zdorovetskiy” and offers “wild, uncensored nude party videos, jokes and more”!
Zdorovetskiy has a history of placing people at sporting events to charge the pitch and clog the website. A photo of Andrade on the pitch featured on the homepage of the website Monday.