Women flashers at World Series banned from MLB events and stadium
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A couple of World Series flashers have been banned indefinitely by Major League Baseball. It happened during Game 5 of the 2019 World Series on Sunday night in Washington, D.C.
The two women wearing yellow tops behind home plate raise their shirts and flash their breasts towards Astros' pitcher Gerritt Cole on live television.
The two women were removed from the ballpark following the incident. According to a letter, the women, identified as Julia Rose and Lauren Summer, are banned indefinitely from "all stadiums and facilities."
The women have more than 3 million Instagram followers combined, and they were promoting a website, the name of which was emblazoned on the shirt they lifted to expose themselves to the world.