The Waste Management Phoenix Open Streaker Says; "It Was Worth It"
By Alex Siordian
February 7, 2018
This is Adam Stalmach he's the famous 24-year-old Goodyear man who was arrested for streaking at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. In a recent interview with AZ Family he says:
"... it was worth it" because he made people laugh.
He spent five days in jail and now faces $1,500 in fines. He was released early Monday morning.
Per usual, he also lost his job as a bartender at a local valley restaurant... and so he set up a GoFundMe account in the hope that the good people of Phoenix will help him pay for his big mistake.
Let's see how that goes for hi....
He also says,
“Me and my buddy were talking about somebody streaking throughout the day and we figured, if you want something done right, do it yourself," said Stalmach.
Adam Stalmach, Waste Management Open streaker tells me from his Goodyear home, “I definitely wouldn’t do it again.” Here he is showing me the GoFundMe account he started to help pay for his misdemeanor fines. He plead guilty to indecent exposure. #azfamily pic.twitter.com/qI6vWQvcI5— Maria Hechanova (@MariaHechanova) February 5, 2018
Adam says he’s “embarrassed” and “regretful” for streaking in front of thousands of people. He pounded at least 8 drinks (combo of beer and wine) before taking off his clothes and running across the golf course. #azfamily pic.twitter.com/KNz5LJRWES— Maria Hechanova (@MariaHechanova) February 5, 2018