Oct 28, 2009, 4:16 PM EDT
Free Sharon Finkelstein! We told you yesterday of the plight of this
horny enterprising Phillies fan, who allegedly offered sex acts in exchange for World Series tickets in an ad she placed on Craigslist. Unfortunately, the first reply she got was from an undercover cop. Awk-ward.
Finkelstein was placed in cuffs, booked, and now faces a Dec. 3 court date on solicitation of prostitution charges. But today a Philadelphia radio disc jockey took pity [pounced on the free publicity] and presented Finkelstein with two tickets to Game 3 in Philly.
Wired 96.5 DJ Tim Acosta — known on the Philly airwaves as Chio — told Fox News 29 that it was indeed he who gave the tickets to Finkelstein.
“Her and her husband were looking for a chance to go to the World Series and she wound up in handcuffs,” Finkelstein’s attorney Bill Brennan, said.
Wait, she’s married? Great Caesar’s Ghost.
Of course the big question here is why this should be a crime at all. Finkelstein was discreet in her ad, not openly indicating she was offering sex. And when the undercover cop called her, it became two consenting adults having a conversation about, um, who would be paying for the hot dogs, and whether or not condiments would be used.
And now, your suggestive image in connection with this story. That is all.
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