The internet-famous flashers who flashed their breasts during Fox's live broadcast of Game 5 of the World Series say that stadium officials nearly foiled their racy stunt before it could unfold. According to the New York Post , the trio spent two days planning the flash before the game. The begging of the video shows Rose scoring pricey tickets for seats behind home plate. Later in the video, Rose and her bodacious buddies are seen wearing the shirts at the game before security pulls them from the crowd for showing their breasts. That could have been anticipated. On Monday, she told the Post that she aimed to boost Shagmag subscriptions and raise breast cancer awareness.
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TWO stunning models claim they have been banned from attending baseball matches after flashing their boobs during a game. But as the camera panned around during a break in play, two women in the crowd lifted their tops to reveal their breasts. And after the clip was shared on social media, the two women involved have outed themselves as the 'offenders'. Stunning model and magazine editor Julia Rose, 25, shared the video on Twitter writing "guilty as charged". Rose is the founder of SHAGMAG, a digital magazine which users can pay to subscribe to, with the models later tweeting that proceeds from subscriptions help to pay for breast cancer victim's medical bills - hence their boob flash. Another Instagram model, Kayla Lauren shared a clip after the stunt with the other two flashers, telling viewers to: "donate to breast cancer. Rose also posted "whoops, the wind blew up my top" and "my lil nips made it WorldSeries". And Lauren Summer, 24, posted to her Instagram story news reports of the incident writing "we did it guys". Los Angeles-based brunette Rose also uploaded what she claims is a letter from Major League Baseball notifying her that she is now banned from "all stadiums" due to her actions. Several people however, have posted their doubt that the letter is genuine due to how quickly the two models received the letters.
Published: October 29, Julia Rose, 25, now renowned for flashing her breasts at Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole on national television during Game 5 of the World Series, has revealed she is planning similar stunts in the future, New York Post reported. Rose said the magazine will contribute some money to breast cancer victims in honour of it being breast cancer awareness month. We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles and blog posts. We are committed to maintaining a lively but civil forum for discussion, so we ask you to avoid personal attacks, and please keep your comments relevant and respectful.