Aussie man lives, sleeps and watch World Cup in giant ball

Aussie man lives, sleeps and watch World Cup in giant ball


An Australian man is being paid thousands of dollars to watch the World Cup inside a giant football equipped with a well-stocked fridge, a games console and a bed.

Adam Santarossa, 23, says his friends are jealous after he won a competition to become Australia’s ‘Man in the Ball’. He is spending the month-long tournament watching football, tweeting and writing blogs inside the six-meter diameter Jabulani ball, a replica soccer ball on the public promenade in Melbourne - and collect $3000 cash for his trouble.

The competition was run through the Australian edition of soccer magazine Four Four Two and designed to promote a sporting goods brand. Santarossa has to spend a minimum of 22 hours a day in the ball, only been allowed out for toilet breaks, food and a bit of exercise. The giant Jabulani, which is a bit harder to kick than the real ball, weighs in at two tonnes, is 6m high and 6m wide, a scale of 30:1 over the actual Jabulani.

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