Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 17 September 2010

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Ines Sainz has agreed to appear in PlayGuy Magazine in a nude sports layout spread.

CHICAGO - Ines Sainz, a sports reporter for Azteca TV from Mexico, has caused quite a controversy since she appeared in the locker room of the NFL New York Jets.

Sainz, who wears her jeans tighter than possibly any woman in the history of jean wearing, claims that she was whistled at by at least seven of the Jet players, two of the Jets coaches, and one of the stadium custodians.

She said that she was just there to interview Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and not to look at the naked bodies of the football players who were walking around all over the place.

Sainz even noted that one the players asked her for the time. When she told him that she did not have a watch he smiled, got closer, and told her to guess.

It was then that Ines realized that it was time for her to definitely get away from the player who by now had most definitely become rather aroused.

Ines said that while in the locker room she heard all kinds of remarks and cliches like "Hey baby, you want fires with that shake?" "Say muchacha, who painted on your jeans for you?" and "I'm just hoping that you sneeze cause if you do, I swear you'll be popping your jean button and the zipper and there just ain't no telling where the heck everything is gonna end up."

Sainz did point out that there were two other female reporters in the dressing room, but one was dressed like Barbara Walters and the other one was dressed like the old West female figure Calamity Jane.

Ines said that she decided to leave the locker room after three of the players began singing the classic K.C. and The Sunshine Band song, "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty."

SIDENOTE: Two days after the Jets locker room incident Sainz received a phone call from the editor-in-chief of PlayGuy Magazine offering her a substantial amount of money to pose in a sports related layout spread for the November issue of PlayGuy.]

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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