Apparently the New York Yankees weren’t the only ones scoring at Yankee Stadium yesterday afternoon. A couple was caught on video having sex in a bathroom stall at the House that George Built during the Yankees 6-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. The two Yankee fans, as the male was wearing a CC Sabathia jersey, take the Janet Jackson 1990s hit “Anytime, Anyplace” literally.
This gentleman, and I use this term as loose as the woman he was with, appears to be the type that Rihanna is looking for, “someone who can please me love me all night long” as she croons in her hit “Where Have You Been.”, as the sex romp allegedly began in the second inning and ended in the fifth. I’m sure many fans would have preferred to hear John Sterling come out of the radio booth to call the action in the left-field bleacher stall.
Let’s hope that Yankee Stadium doesn’t become a destination for those looking for a public quickie, or, in this case, not so quick. There is a team on the other side of town that might welcome the extra patrons, as they have plenty of seats available for the remainder of the season. I can see the advertisement now: “Strawberry Sex Pack” that includes pre-game cocktails, his and her Daryl Strawberry jerseys, two tickets to the game, strawberry red condoms, (because we know the Mets would promote safe sex) and, of course, a stall of your choice.
Seriously speaking, I am not one that wants to interrupt anyone’s sexual fun, but a Yankee Stadium stall? Did they also have a pre-game show at the McDonald’s on 161st and River Avenue? Or was The Dugout across from the field their choice? Short-stay hotels are created for moments like these, and in the South Bronx, they are readily available a stone’s throw from the stadium. While hotels that charge for three-hour periods don’t often have the best reputations, I can guarantee you they offer more room, comfort, and cleanliness than bathroom stalls in a Stadium with close to 50,000 people in it.
Predictably, the Yankees were made aware of the situation and had no comment.
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