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Why a Denver company posted bail for the golf course ‘mullet streaker’

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Streaker Sean Patrick McConnell is wearing Sinesty's "Daytona Dong Sarong."Photo bySinesty

By Brittany Anas / NewsBreak Denver

(Denver, Colo) A man called the “mullet streaker” crashed the Phoenix Open golf event last week, triumphantly leading a game of chase on the course in a Speedo-style swimsuit. He did what looked like a pole dance on a flagstick at the 16th hole, then ran through a tunnel to the 17th hole and belly-flopped into a pond before being captured and handcuffed.

Shinesty, a cheeky (no getting around that pun) underwear company, happened to notice that the streaker, identified as Sean Patrick McConnell, 27, AKA “Mac Savage,” was donning the brand’s denim swim briefs—officially called the “Daytona Dong Sarong”—during the stunt that was widely viewed on social media. The company describes the shorts as going perfectly with “caterpillar-style mustaches,” with no mention of it being appropriate attire for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Still, Shinesty’s CEO Chris White says the company has a “moral obligation” to help with McConnell’s expenses, reimbursing his bail and chipping in for his administrative court fees.

“We have to accept partial responsibility for this incident and at least cover the bail,” White said. “We’ve never seen a streaker so incredibly aerodynamic, elusive, and sexually compelling during a jaunt around the links.”

Scottsdale police charged McConnell with trespassing, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey a lawful order from law enforcement.

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