Two Instagram wannabes decided it would be a great idea to flash their boobies at Gerrit Cole during the 5th game of the World Series. It sounds great if you're on the receiving end of the flash, but Cole is in the middle of an important game requiring focus - not to mention the guy is married. And there were plenty of kids and families in attendance. Check out the flashers in the video below:
The flashers are named Julia Rose and Lauren Summer and no, they are not Nationals fans. They claim that they were promoting Breast Cancer Awareness. But they work for a brand called Shagmag that describes itself as follows on the website:
'SHAGMAG is an all you can eat buffet of everything you want to know smushed into a digital magazine. See exclusive and uncensored content of Julia Rose and other up and coming instagram models, find out about the birds and the bees, up and coming masterminds, latest sports stories, and what the actual f*ck is going on in the world all in one place. (And yes there will be boobs…plenty of boobs)'
That doesn't sound like it has much to do with breast cancer awareness. Maybe guys should flash their balls to promote awareness for testicular cancer - a disease which effects nearly 10,000 men per year. But ya know, that just wouldn't fly. The flashers did receive a stern warning from MLB spokesperson Michael Teevan, who announced that the women were banned indefinitely from attending games via a letter which stated:
“During the game, you violated the fan code of conduct by exposing yourself during the 7th inning, in order to promote a business”
We doubt anyone will recognize their faces to enforce the ban, so perhaps we should go a step further and REQUIRE that women show their boobs at sporting events to identify potential flashers. Or, delete their Instagram accounts and label them as predators...you now the kinds of things that would happen if you flashed your balls. Here are the two women:
Yes, they are hot...but that's besides the point. The two defended their actions on a YouTube video. It's obvious that it wasn't a spontaneous decision but took months of planning - giving them ample time to consider more meaningful ways of drawing attention to a cause. We couldn't sit through the whole video but maybe you can. All we heard was the whining of attention whores. At the least they should be charged for indecent exposure if not sexual harassment, but it won't happen.
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