Fox Shows Flashers During World Series Broadcast

Fox Shows Flashers During World Series Broadcast

When a couple of women in the stands of Sunday's World Series game lifted their shirts as part of a publicity stunt, Fox's cameras didn't look away. It was just one part of a tumultuous game at which Donald Trump was subjected to a chorus of boos from the fans in the stadium. Read on for details.

Via The Hollywood Reporter.

Fox censors must have missed this one, but baseball fans certainly did not.

During Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night, two women could be seen raising their shirts and flashing their breasts on camera during the live broadcast.

Both raised their shirts briefly during the seventh inning of the game, but it was unmistakable in footage as many viewers took to social media to post videos of the moment.

The incident came as the Houston Astros' Gerrit Cole was pitching to the Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman at Nationals Park.

The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Fox for comment.

Meanwhile, someone named Julia Rose on Twitter claimed credit for being one of the women. She tweeted a photo of a typed letter on what appears to be Major League Baseball letterhead saying she had been "banned from all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities, indefinitely." (If it's real, it was typed and sent rather quickly.)

According to her Twitter feed, she frequently engages in the act of flashing her breasts as part of content for something called Shagmag, which focuses on adult-oriented content. She claims in a recent video that she and her cohorts got kicked out of the Santa Monica Pier's Pacific Park for their stunts.

Get the rest of the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

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