Man Pretends To Be In Leonardo DiCaprio’s Entourage, Sneaks Into Mayweather–Pacquiao Fight
Steve Carruthers has met numerous celebrities before, but this may have been his greatest stunt yet.
This is Steve Carruthers from Hull. The 24-year-old autograph hunter has met a host of celebrities over the last few years.
He's met famous actors.
And famous sports stars.
One in particular.
(That's Real Madrid and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo, in case you didn't know.)
Anyway, he's basically met an awful lot of famous people.
On Facebook, Carruthers says he met some of the stars by "bunking" into high-profile events.
And over the weekend, he pulled off maybe his greatest stunt so far at the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas.
The 24-year-old managed to get ringside for the fight and then into the VIP area by pretending to be part of actor Leonardo DiCaprio's entourage.
Carruthers already had a ticket for the fight but decided to try to get closer to the action, with great success. Here he is hanging out with Christian Bale.
And Mark Wahlberg.
Carruthers managed to convince a number of A-list stars to take selfies with him.
Michael Keaton and Michael J. Fox were among those happy to oblige.
He was eventually rumbled when he asked Mayweather for an autograph after the fight.
"The MGM security said I had no accreditation on, but he [Mayweather] said 'I got him' and said it was fine, he said 'just leave him, don't worry it's fine'," the Mail quoted him as saying.
"He said I could come and watch the press conference so the MGM guy had to just leave it and he said 'don't worry, I've got you'."