NSFW: Presidents Cup streaker captures America’s heart

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Police eventually caught up with the Presidents Cup streaker.
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The Presidents Cup streaker has a name: Kimberly. The 23-year-old woman captured the hearts of Americans after she ran across the green in just pasties and a thong during the Presidents Cup yesterday — and it didn’t hurt that the U.S. won the cup.

She kept her theme very patriotic with a red thong and American flag heart-shaped pasties.

Kimberly, who will not disclose her last name, revealed that she was on a temporary gig as a banquet server at Muirfield Village Country Club in Dublin, Ohio, in an interview with Golf News Net.

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Kimberly, the Presidents Cup Streaker, covered up a little more after the event.
Credit: Twitter

Her coworkers dared her to streak across Hole 17, and her original plan was to streak past Steve Stricker. She missed him because she didn’t realize the televised broadcast was on a time delay — but she decided to run to Hole 18 and catch up with him, she told Golf News Net. “Once I was running, I was just kind of in blackout mode, thinking, ‘What am I doing?! Keep running!’” she told the site. “The fans were screaming ‘U! S! A!’”

She ran into the forest, where police caught up with her and slapped her with a $99 fine. The young woman certainly doesn’t seem to mind and has embraced her newfound fame. Her new Twitter handle? @PresCupStreaker.



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