Wimbledon streaker fears as bosses on high alert over centre court

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They fear fans could strip off and try to copy Instagrammer Kinsey Wolanski’s Champions League final dash.

Kinsey boosted her profile by millions of followers and plugged her lover’s porn site on her skimpy top when she flashed her assets in the showpiece match in Spain.

And with the eyes of the world on the globe’s most famous tennis competition, stewards have been briefed to watch out for potential court invaders.

They have been told to scan the crowd for anyone who might be wearing any clothing that could be classed as “guerrilla advertising”.

And they’ve been told to watch out for protesters who might wish to make a political point – especially following the Extinction Rebellion rallies in London.

People caught wearing clothing designed to advertise or make political comment will be asked to remove it and collect it on leaving the All England Club.

A source said: “In the past a streaker was just an idiot doing it for a dare or because they’d had too much to drink.

“But in the social media age, streaking can mean big money.

“Wolanksi and her boyfriend will make millions from her streak at the Champions League game, so the staff have been told to keep their eyes peeled for something similar and prevent it before it happens.

“Similarly, the All England Club don’t want eco-warriors running on court and handcuffing themselves to the net.”

Stewards will also crack down on fans taking booze into the tournament.

A pint of Stella is almost £6, a glass of Pimm’s is nearly £9 and a bottle of wine £23 at the event.

The instructions state: “Alcohol may be brought into the grounds but is limited to the equivalent of one bottle of wine or champagne (750ml) or two cans of beer (500ml) or two cans of pre-mixed aperitifs per person. Bottles of spirits or fortified wines will not be allowed into the grounds.”

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