Champions League final pitch invader Kinsey Wolanski makes new offer to fans
Champions League final pitch invader Kinsey Wolanski has thanked her new followers after her antics in Madrid.
Wolanski became an internet sensation overnight after she invaded the pitch wearing a skimpy black leotard during Liverpool's victory over Tottenham.
Play had to be momentarily halted after the scantily clad blonde bombshell jumped over the advertising hoardings and sprinted across the pitch.
Wolanski, who was promoting her boyfriend's adult prank group, Vitaly Uncensored, was arrested before later being released.
She explained the reasons for her antics on social media before later posting an 'acceptance speech' to her new fans - after she gained almost 2m new followers on Instagram.
"You guys I can't even fathom what is going on right now, I feel amazing and so thankful, I really could cry," Wolanski said.
"I really did this just because I really want to push myself out my comfort zone, I love that feeling - that adrenaline feeling and doing crazy things.
"I love to do crazy things all the time, but I never thought it would get to this scale and all of your support and messages and everything is so amazing."
She went on to claim she was going to give out 1,000 signed pictures of herself to her lucky followers.
"I really want to do something special for you guys, anything that I can, so I'm going to offer 1,000 free signed posters," she added.
"I love you so much and I want to thank you guys in any way I can."
She was praised by boyfriend Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, a famous YouTube prankster who famously disrupted the 2014 World Cup Final, as he vowed to marry her in the aftermath of the incident.
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