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'Streaker' Selling Bikini To Pay For Court Costs

A woman who invaded the field in the final seconds of an international rugby union match between New Zealand and Ireland wearing just a bikini has put the two-piece suit up for sale to help pay for her court costs.

Lisa Lewis, aged 25, ran onto the field at Waikato Stadium about 30 seconds before referee Stuart Dickinson blew the whistle to signal the end of the game, won by the All Blacks 34-23.

She was quickly grabbed by security guards and arrested by police and later charged with disorderly behavior. "As a result my bikini is up for sale to assist in paying for my court fines and costs. Come on people help me out", Lewis described the item.

Her decision to sell the bikini follows that of a woman, Nichole Davis, who auctioned her handbag after it was used by former All Blacks captain to subdue team mate Chris Masoe in a bar. He struck another patron in the face and Umaga stepped in to break up the scuffle, resulting in him using the handbag to hit the fellow All Black in the head to calm him down. The handbag sold for just under $15,000.

Lewis said she had decided to run on to the field because it was on a list she of tasks she had made to achieve before she died. "Even though this was a lifetime goal of mine to streak on a rugby field, and obviously fulfilled that dream, I do not recommend running on a rugby field in the middle of a game again".




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