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'Super Bowel' Streaker Makes Irregular Appearance at Super Bowl XXXVIII
5 February 2004

PRESS RELEASE

SOURCE: Golden Palace Casino

HOUSTON -- In an unconventional display of high-visibility marketing, notorious British streaker Mark Roberts pulled off his first successful North American streak at Super Bowl XXXVIII while displaying the Internet address "GoldenPalace.com" (www.goldenpalace.com) as a Henna tattoo on his bare chest and back.

Disguised in a tear-away referee uniform, Roberts jumped out of the crowd at the beginning of the second half, ripped his clothes off, and ran to midfield wearing nothing but a plastic football covering his genitals. The naked Roberts danced around and showed off his tattoos for nearly half a minute to the delight and hilarity of the crowd before security finally hauled him off. The words "Super Bowel" were written on his back along with the Internet casino's website address.

Recognised by the Guinness Book Of World Records as the world's most prolific streaker, Mark Roberts has made a name for himself by streaking various sporting events mainly in Europe and abroad. Given the unprecedented security measures in place at Houston's Reliant Stadium for the Super Bowl, Roberts' first successful North American streak is without a doubt his greatest yet.

GoldenPalace.com has become notorious for high-profile marketing. Their tendency for innovative and outlandish advertising has become a staple in the sports world. Since the first appearance of their ad tattoo on boxer Bernard Hopkins three years ago, they have "backed" dozens of athletes and celebrities.

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