World Series flashers get busted, banned indefinitely by Major League Baseball

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Rose, who is the founder of adult digital magazine SHAGMAG, revealed that she, along with her friends, were not only banned from all future MLB games, but also "all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities, indefinitely".

During the 7th inning, as Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole wound up to throw, a pair of models/social influencers sitting behind home plate lifted their shirts and flashed him, as well as the millions of viewers at home (watch the clip here). Cole called time shortly after noticing the two.

Both Rose and Summer shared their ban letters signed by Major League Baseball vice president for security and ballpark operations David Thomas over Twitter. The letters to Rose and Summer said each woman "violated the fan code of conduct by exposing yourself.in order to promote a business". However, MLB has since confirmed that they are indeed banned from the sport. "The wind blew my top up." and "My lil nips made it #worldseries".

"You were also part of a scheme in which you induced others to expose themselves to promote their business". She claimed that she, Rose and a third woman identified as Kayla Lauren exposed their breasts "for breast cancer" and asked followers to "donate to breast cancer".

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Drake also commissioned Jason of Beverly Hills to make him a separate ring, which has over 30 carats of diamonds. It is trimmed in red, and the names of the players are featured on the sides.

She said she and Summer were sympathetic to the Washington Nationals as the home team, even though she is from Texas. Kayla Lauren posted a bathroom selfie, writing, "Just got kicked out of the World Series". "You are hereby banned from all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities, indefinitely".

"In police headquarters bathroom still gotta get that birthday selfie", she wrote in an Instagram story.

The Astros went on to win Game 5 on Sunday 7-1 to take a 3-2 edge in the best-of-seven World Series.

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