Florida man who ran onto Super Bowl field was promoting porn website

Nelson Oliveira, New York Daily News
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The attention-seeking Florida man who rushed onto the field during the Super Bowl in a bizarre attempt to promote an X-rated website was charged with misdemeanor trespassing, authorities said Monday.

Yuri Andrade, 31, was taken into custody right after his publicity stunt Sunday night at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The maskless Boca Raton resident interrupted the fourth quarter by jumping the fencing in the stands and running across the field while wearing a pink leotard and black shorts.

His 15 seconds of fame ended after security tackled him near the end zone and escorted him out of the stadium.

Andrade was booked into the Hillsborough County jail around 2 a.m. and was released on $500 bond just a few hours later, online records show.

The suspect, who told deputies he works with “international business,” bragged about his spectacle on social media.

“I am the (expletive) king now,” he wrote in an Instagram post.

Andrade’s pink leotard featured the name of a porn website run by YouTube prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, who is known for planting people at sports events to promote his business.

“We (expletive) did it,” he tweeted alongside a picture of Andrade running across the field.