Posted on | August 2, 2012 | 12 Comments
My prescient news judgment is vindicated: While guys were drooling over those lanky beach volleyball chicks — or even getting twisted thrills watching jailbait gymnasts, you sick freaks — who told you that women’s water polo is the sport to watch for real Rule 5 Olympic action?
Water polo can be a rough sport, with athletes lunging through the water for control of the ball. And sometimes, lycra swimsuits get pulled and breasts are exposed.
Such was the case Wednesday during the Olympic match between Spain and the U.S. A player’s suit was pulled to the side and her bare breast was broadcast live, via NBC’s underwater camera.
No word on whether our favorite player, Melissa Seidemann, was involved in this incident. Here is the underwater catfight video footage:
Not much to see, really — a fleeting glimpse, nothing remotely erotic, probably not even enough to earn an “R” rating if it were a movie.
Still, it proves my point that women’s water polo is actually the best sport to watch for the Rule 5 gold-medal competition. And in a completely unrelated incident, federal employees have once more been told to stop surfing porn on the taxpayer’s dime:
The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency warned its employees and contractors last week to stop using their government computers to surf the Internet for pornographic sites, according to the agency’s executive director.
Does that ban include NSFW Olympic competition?