Sep 13th 2010 By Jeremy Taylor
The New York Jets
' whirlwind off-season -- which included lots of "Hard Knocks
" cameras and Super Bowl buzz -- ends tonight when they take on the Baltimore Ravens
on Monday Night Football
As our friends at With Leather report
, the off-season came to a sexy close with allegations from Mexican television reporter Ines Sainz that Jets players and a member of the team's coaching stuff threw footballs at her and called out to her in the locker room as she interviewed Jets' QB Mark Sanchez.
recently found a picture of the outfit Sainz wore during the alleged harassment, and it raises at least one question: How did Sainz even get those pants onto her body?
The sartorial choice has caused a few to compare the situation to a female reporter donning a bikini top and expecting a bunch of testosterone-laden men -- trained in barbarism -- not to let loose a few catcalls.
The Jets are taking Sainz's claims seriously enough that team owner, the spectacularly named Woody Johnson, talked to her about them yesterday. (Then again, what red-blooded male wouldn't want to take a meeting with Sainz?)
Does Sainz have a legitimate gripe or does the lady doth protest too much?
Is Ines Sainz Correct to Complain About Catcalls From the Jets?
|No -- judging by how she wears her pants, it's another ploy for attention ||3524 (78.1%)|
|Yes -- sexual harassment is never acceptable||988 (21.9%)|