This guy says he's NEVER gotten caught, after sneaking into the winner's circle at the Kentucky Derby, 18 TIMES. Good thing he's retired, because he would have definitely been caught after sharing THIS...
TONIGHT (Saturday, May 4th) 150,000 people will pack Louisville's Churchill Downs to watch the Kentucky Derby. But only a few will celebrate the victory from the winner's circle. Stephen Johnstone has experienced that celebration many times. He's been in the winner's circle with the winning families, jockeys and governors — but not once was he invited.
Johnstone is a retired gate-crasher. The first time he crashed the Kentucky Derby was in 1963. Johnstone and several college friends slipped underneath a fence at Churchill Downs.
He celebrated throughout the day, made a few bets. When the race ended, he put on the coat and tie he'd been carrying around all day and schemed his way onto the track, "I would tell people, for anybody who asked, although it rarely came up, that I was a ceremonial guard," he says. "And I loved that title because it doesn't mean a thing ... but it sounds official." READ MORE... CLICK HERE
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