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'Stifler' king has been crowned

The winner Ryan Clark.
The winner Ryan Clark.

AFTER a nationwide search for Australia's own version of 'Steve Stifler', the American Pie movie legend, a winner has finally been found.

The three finalists (Ryan Clark, Chris Payne, 'Loose' Andy Walker) put their bodies and egos on the line as they showcased their most 'Stifler-esque' moves in front of a panel of judges.

They all displayed outrageous dancing, cheesy pick up lines and generally bad behaviour.

But Ryan Clark, a favourite from the start, took the 'Australian Stifler' crown and a $5,000 cheque.

Ryan is 30 years old, lives in Darlington and goes as Marketing Director by day, serial pest by night.

 

Topics:  competition




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