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Identities of Two Women Who Flashed TV Cameras at World Series Are Revealed


Identities of Two Women Who Flashed TV Cameras at World Series Are Revealed

One of the most memorable moments in World Series history (Video in Link: NSFW) happened in Sunday night’s Game 5 bout between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals, as the bottom of the seventh inning yielded the type of indelible shock and thrill that has defined the Fall Classic for over 100 years.

No, George Springer didn’t leap over the center field wall to rob a game-tying home run. No, Juan Soto didn’t hit a bases clearing double to electrify the crowd. No, Jose Altuve didn’t tag a Nationals base-runner out on a hidden ball trick. No, Trea Turner didn’t steal home…

No, actually the attention came from the crowd as a pair of women sitting behind home plate suddenly flashed television cameras (NSFW) in-between pitches as Houston ace Gerrit Cole faced Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman.

The brief moment then predictably went viral on Twitter, as viewers trying to watch the Astros sweep their road trip in DC got a jolt of hysterics that they never would have expected at a baseball game.

The frenzy of the made-for-Twitter moment then turned to figuring out who these individuals were and what their motive, if any, had been.

They were quickly identified as notable models Julia Rose and Lauren Summer, both with over a million followers on Instagram.

Rose posted on her official Twitter account a letter from MLB VP of Security and Ballpark Operations David Thomas notifying her that she was now banned from all MLB stadiums for life.

The letter read:

“On October 27, 2019, you attended World Series Game 5 at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. During the game, you violated the fan code of conduct by exposing yourself during the 7th inning in order to promote a business. You were also part of a scheme in which you induced others to expose themselves to promote the business. You are hereby banned from all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities, indefinitely.”

After the game, Rose retweeted a picture of New York Mets slugger Pete Alonso celebrating a walk-off hit on the field with his shirt off. The caption read “Why is it ok for Pete Alonso to be topless in an MLB stadium, but not @JuliaRose_33 and @HeyLaurenSummer? This is not equality.”

Both women work for an adult magazine called ‘Shagmag’, which was founded by Rose, and Rose alleges she was trying to bring attention to breast cancer awareness.