Judge Accepts Plea Deal From Tampa Super Bowl Streaker
The guys who turned heads at Super Bowl LV for streaking right here in Tampa has received a plea deal from a Florida judge.
The attorney of the two men accused of running onto the field during Super Bowl LV in February, told a Hillsborough County circuit judge that an agreement with prosecutors to plead guilty to misdemeanor trespassing charges at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. Now the guys will have to write a letter of apology to the National Football League, complete 100 community service hours and serve 12 months of probation.
If you missed it, one of the guy went LIVE on our sister station, WILD 94.1. He talked to Babs back in February about his little stunt. Check it out HERE!