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Phoenix Open streaker starts Go Fund Me account to pay fines

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The drunk man who was arrested after streaking on the 17th hole at the Phoenix Open last week was apparently trying to cash in on his moment in the sun.

24-year-old Adam Stalmach set up a GoFundMe account which states, "I attended the TPC Golf Tournament January 31st with no intentions of ending up in jail. After one too many drinks I decided to go streaking on the 17th hole. My last words before running out were "I just wanna give the crowd something to cheer about". This fund will go towards all fines I have to pay. Anything is appreciated! Thank-you for your continued support! - Waste Managament Streaker.

Shortly after the account went active supporters had donated $240.00 dollars. But as of 8:30 p.m. Monday the account was closed.

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