Juan Rodriguez, the man who streaked President Obama in Philly yesterday, will get the $1 million prize from Battlecam.com if video evidence shows Rodriguez met the conditions required of the stunt.
On Sunday, 24-year-old Juan James Rodriguez STREAKED in front of PRESIDENT OBAMA during a speech in Philadelphia. A British billionaire named Alki David was offering $1 MILLION to anyone who was willing to perform the stunt while shouting the name of Alki's website six times in front of the president.
That website is Battlecam.com, and it's a fairly generic video-sharing website. In fact, none of us would ever have heard of it without this stunt, so I guess it worked. Alki has confirmed he'll pay Juan once he sees Juan's friend's video of the streak.
On Sunday, Juan stripped down with "Battlecam.com" written across his chubby torso, and started screaming the website while Obama spoke. He was arrested for public nudity, but otherwise it looks like he'll be getting away with it. Weirdly enough, during Obama's speech, a different man THREW A BOOK at him. The book missed . . . the Secret Service says that the book was thrown by an excited fan and wasn't a threat.