I'LL LAP DANCE FREE FOR TIGER; Golf streaker Yvonne's Open invite to Woods.
Yvonne Robb, 21, was watched by 100 million TV viewers across the world when she accosted the American golfer at the 18th green in Carnoustie.
He was stunned when the blonde made a bee-line for him wearing only skimpy black undies and he even smiled and said "thank you" after she kissed him.
She was so pleased, she performed a little celebration dance on the green before being led off so the player could continue with a birdie putt he'd been lining up.
Last night Yvonne said: "I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Tiger will accept the invitation to see me dance.
"If he thought last year was good, then he'll get his eyes really opened this time. He'll get the full monty this year, I promise!"
Yvonne, from Arbroath, was fined pounds 100 for her Open streak but afterwards she said claimed might do it all over again at this year's Open being held in St Andrews, Fife.
She said: "It was the best kiss I ever had. It was worth it. I just love Tiger. I'll have to surprise you all again next year."
But her boss at Private Eyes table dancing club in Aberdeen, Tony Cochrane, is keen to keep Yvonne, who works there regularly, out of court this year.
He said: "Short of locking Yvonne up, there's not much we can do!
"We had no idea she was even going to the Open at Carnoustie last year and the first we knew was when we saw her in all the papers.
"We were due to open at the Marquee nightclub in Dundee in a few weeks time, but we brought our opening forward, just for the Open.
"We have sent an invitation to Tiger Woods which will be waiting for him when he arrives.
"Yvonne will be dancing in Dundee and we are hoping he'll take up our offer.
"She didn't manage to put him off his stroke last time - so who knows, he might just turn up!"
After last year's performance on the first day of play, the exotic dancer was thrown in the cells and appeared in Arbroath Sheriff Court in handcuffs the next day.
She was led into the dock wearing a revealing crop-top and tight jeans with a sequinned side trim.
Sheriff Norrie Stein gave her bail, but only on condition she stayed away from the remainder of the Open Championship at Carnoustie.
She was found guilty and fined last October.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jul 18, 2000|
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