The mother of Cup Day streaker Hayley Scheerhoorn is questioning why her daughter is being charged when disgraced All Black Zac Guildford isn't.
The 32-year-old interior designer captured world wide attention when she allegedly jumped the fence at Addington Raceway and ran onto the track lifting up her dress and flashing her breasts last Tuesday.
She has been charged with disorderly behaviour but was granted a registrar's remand on bail at the Christchurch District Court, held Nga Hau e Wha marae, on Monday, to reappear on November 25, allowing her time to apply for diversion.
Picton-raised Scheerhoorn- who lived in Hamilton and Auckland before opening her interior design business Niche Designs in Christchurch this year - did not respond to repeated calls from The Star yesterday.
But her mother, Kerry Scheerhoorn, said she could not understand why her daughter had been charged and was not upset by her actions.
"She hasn't harmed anybody. I feel more about the guy in Rarotonga, the All Black. Doesn't seem like he's going to be charged. I don't see why they're making an example of Hayley. Let's face it, she's got a great body," she said.
Guildford, 22, has been accused of drunken naked assaults during an apparent alcoholic bender in Rarotonga. Cook Islands police have not laid charges.
The Crusaders wing allegedly stormed into a Cook Islands' bar on Friday night, naked and drunk, and punched two men.
He has since publicly apologised for his behaviour. But the incident follows another in August, when Guildford broke All Black team rules by hitting the town after the All Blacks' Bledisloe Cup victory against Australia at Eden Park.
Now, Guildford is facing fresh allegations from Cook Islands triathlete Kelly Pick, who claims he shouted "inappropriate sexual comments" at her as he drove past her "erratically" on a motorbike while she was out on a training run about 5.30pm Friday night. Pick has laid a complaint with police.
In a letter to the Cook Islands News she said: "I told him to go away, to leave me alone. But he persisted in harassing me. His behaviour was totally inappropriate, to the point where I felt unsafe".
Mrs Scheerhoorn, who owns the Bay Vista Waterfront Motel in Waikawa Bay in Picton with her husband John, felt Guildford's behaviour lent itself to charges more than what her daughter did.
She said she could also not understand all the continued fuss over her daughter's streak.
"It was over a week ago, lets get on with it. The family are just carrying on," Mrs Scheerhoorn said.
Mrs Scheerhoorn declined to comment further.
Police are also investigating allegations that an accredited photographer had encouraged Scheerhoorn to enter the track.