Champions League streaker Kinsey Wolanski stuns in thong swimsuit on Portuguese beach as she laps up newfound fame.. and wealth

KINSEY WOLANSKI stuns in her latest snap after wowing football fans at the Champions League final.

The footie prankster sprawls out on a beach in southern Portugal after her crazy stunt in Madrid, which she claims was worth £4million in publicity and will hopefully help her retire by 30.

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Kinsey, 22, sports a swimsuit — similar to the one she ran on the pitch in — and poses in front of an ancient arched bridge in Praia da Batata on the Atlantic coast.

She got millions of Instagram followers overnight when she ran on to the field after 20 minutes of Liverpool's 2-0 final win over Tottenham at the Wanda Metropolitano.

The Californian beauty's boyfriend Vitaly Zdorovetskiy is blacklisted for Uefa's big football matches, after invading the world's biggest sporting events.

But he was over the moon after she got on the pitch with a swimsuit advertising his adult site Vitaly Uncensored, which promises "wild pranks, t**s and a**, no rules".

Kinsey even had her Instagram taken down the day after the prank, for violating rules about advertising adult content.

A YouTube video on Vitaly's channel later revealed that she planned the prank with a quick-strip off dress and trainers.

And despite being banned from the game, the Russian prankster sneaked in after getting prosthetic make-up, including a fake beard, to disguise himself from authorities.

A Liverpool fan also revealed Kinsey gave him her phone to film the incident after she had a ticket next to him during the game.

I plan to do a lot more streaking to raise my profile.

Scaffolder Peter Beaumont said: "When she told me she wasn't really there to watch the match, but to streak, I think my mouth nearly fell open, to be honest.

"She pulled her dress aside to show me her bikini and I didn't want to stare.

"About ten minutes into the game, she disappeared, probably looking for a way on to the field, and came back to give me her phone.

"She said, 'Make sure you get a good shot.' I stood on the seats and my pals jeered."

Kinsey believes the prank will help her retire at 30.

She said: "By the time I'm 30 I plan on making enough money to retire, and streaking at the Champions League will only help me achieve that.

"I plan to do a lot more streaking to raise my profile."

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