Football Fans Fight For Their Right To See Your Tits!!S

(Note: Tit-flashers in photo unrelated to the incidents described below.) Ever been goaded by a chanting crowd trying to convince you to flash your tits? Knowing you guys, you'd probably laugh if that happened, right? So knowing you guys, we figured the reason approximately 172 of you sent us the story of the hallowed "tradition" of tit-flashing at Gate D of Giants Stadium during Jets games was to give us an easy joke. Like, ha ha, "Gate D, get it??" Because seriously, did you even know there were two New York football teams? And LA has none, I know because I lived there. Anyway maybe LA can adopt these guys when Joe Francis gets out of jail, because this is how they celebrate halftime:

Three deep in some areas, they whistled and jumped up and down. Then they began an obscenity-laced chant, demanding that the few women in the gathering expose their breasts. When one woman appeared to be on the verge of obliging, the hooting and hollering intensified. But then she walked away, and plastic beer bottles and spit went flying. Boos swept through the crowd of unsatisfied men.
Oh for fuck's sake guys, try a strip club! Too poor?

Maybe you should get drunk and watch porn together instead! Would that be too homo, homo? Anyway, the security guards responsible for keeping watch in such matters are, like, pretty over the whole tit-fest already but they don't really do anything about it.

Another guard later said they were not permitted to do anything about the chants at Gate D because of free speech laws. Yet when a reporter tried to interview two security guards after halftime, he was detained in a holding room, threatened with arrest and asked to hand over his tape recorder.
And of course some girl obliges and ends up on YouTube and is all, "hey, I like my tits, why not flash them?" Which is, like, the kind of statement to which you can only throw up your hands and say, "Disgust: always wasted on the retarded!"

So like, let's get less retarded in here.

At Jets Game, A Halftime Ritual Of Harrassment [NY Times]

(Photo of Jets fans via AP)