The former Nelson man who streaked at the State of Origin decider has appeared at a Sydney court after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Wati Holmwood was due to be sentenced on charges related to the streak last Thursday, but he failed to show up.
The 33-year-old had earlier pleaded guilty to the counts of entering a playing field without authorisation and of wilful and obscene exposure in a public place.
The charges were laid against Holmwood after he raced onto the field in front of 83,000 spectators at Sydney's ANZ Stadium wearing nothing but running shoes in the final minutes of the match in July.
He ran about 90m on the field before he was tackled by security staff.
Magistrate Christopher Longley issued a warrant for Holmwood's arrest last week ''for the purpose of sentencing'' when he failed to appear in court.
Holmwood appeared briefly before Newtown Local Court today, where he was granted bail on certain conditions, including that he be of good behaviour and put up a bond of A$500 (NZ$550).
He will be sentenced later this week.