September 16, 2010, - 4:47 pm
I’m surprised people are still contacting me for my opinion on Ines Sainz, the sexy former swimsuit model and pageant queen from Spain who, um, “reports” for TV Azteca and was supposedly “harassed” because NFL players think she’s hot. I’m not sure why there’s a story here. A hot chick walks by a group of men, is whistled at, and that’s news? Happens every day on the street near construction sites. Without the dynamics that bring that about, the human race might not reproduce, and we wouldn’t be here.
Ines Sainz Measuring “Something” on NFL Player Bertrand Berry in 2009
Ines Sainz Tries to “Measure” NFLer Matt Leinart
Sports is showbiz and attractive women are hired to be sideline reporters and sports chicks for their looks, not their football acumen or to be the Einstein of the gridiron. Guys who watch football don’t want to look at Einstein or Helen tHAMAS. They want to look at chicks like Sainz, the operant word being, “look.” No-one who watches football or their sports reports is hearing a thing she or the other sports-bims have to say . . . or cares. They are there, like the briefcase models on “Deal or No Deal” to look good, and that’s it. That NFL players share the view of the producers that hired Sainz isn’t a crime. It’s human nature. It is what it is. But the day they stop noticing her, then she’ll really think it’s a crime. The NFL doesn’t get it, and the league immediately bowed to the whines of the NOW gang and “condemned sexism.” Plus, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson called and apologized to this reporter who calls herself the “hottest sports reporter in Mexico.” I think he just wanted a date.
Sainz admitted that she doesn’t think she was being harassed, but like Erin Andrews milking the peeping tom story, this is the best thing that every happened to Sainz, and she milked it for every TV appearance possible. Can’t blame her for that, especially since it’s clear she knows exactly what she is doing. Take a look at the photos above, showing Sainz’s past penchant for measuring NFL players’ biceps, which look all too much like she thinks she’s measuring something else on their bodies. That’s the real “sexual harassment,” and it looks like they like it . . . a lot.
Jimmy Kimmel’s absolutely hilarious comments on this are my thoughts exactly, if a little risque (so if you are a prude, please forgive me):
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