Old Giants Fans Shouldn’t Show Off

sondraSondra Fortunato has been a fan of the New York Giants for nearly 30 years, coming to the games “with her bodacious physique, rhinestone tiara and skimpy outfits that heat up the frigid stadium.” However, at last week’s Giants/Eagles game, she was escorted out of the stadium because her outfit was considered too risque.

“I love the Giants! I’m a flamboyant dresser and I’m well-endowed,” Sondra told the NY Post.

“Look, I’m a middle-aged woman, I really don’t like to give my age – say I’m middle-aged. But Madonna goes out and she’s got everything hanging out, and she’s middle-aged!”

Yes, it is true that Madonna does those things, on behalf of most men, I’d like to add that we’d like Madonna to stop too.

At last week’s game, Fortunato rolled up in a tiara, fishnets, a Santa outfit, a bathing-suit bottom and high-heeled boots. “Nothing was showing,” she insisted. “You couldn’t even see my underwear. I don’t flash!”

She was told that her bag and signs were not allowed in the stadium, which she knew: In 2006, Sondra was arrested after carrying a sign, but was quickly allowed back in the stadium. She says team brass routinely ignores its no-sign policy – for others.

Then, she was lectured about her clothes.

“They said, ‘Can’t you come to the stadium dressed like a regular person?’ ” she said. “They said there were a lot of kids there.”

She was advised to wear a sweater to games.

“I guess some ladies got jealous and complained,” groused Sondra, who lives in Toms River, NJ.

Yeah, definitely, some ladies were totally jealous and that’s why this happened. I’m just thankful that Andrea Peyser and the NY Post were there to give this abused and discriminated woman a chance to get her story out. I only hope that she is able to emotionally recover from this horrible ordeal. Or that everyone who had to see her in a bathing-suit bottom is able to recover. Also, anyone surprised that she’s from New Jersey? That was probably the most obvious part of the whole article. I hadn’t got past the first sentence when I figured that one out. BTW, when can we just eliminate Jersey from the union?

Oh and just in case that photo wasn’t enough for you, here’s a whole gallery of the terrifying Mrs. Fortunato! After the jump is my favorite one with her and a bemused Jeremy Shockey.

[NY Post]

3 Responses to “Old Giants Fans Shouldn’t Show Off”

  1. 1 lucaschute
    December 15, 2008 at 2:55 pm

    Her outfit really isnt that bad and she seems to be in good enough shape to pull it off. I dont see why they let giant shirtless painted dudes and crazies dresses up like orcs into football games, but not a Mrs. Claus dressed up for Santa’s birthday night.

    Sure there are kids, but its a good lesson to say: “dearest daughter, see that woman? please have some self-respect in your future lifetime.” and for sons: “dearest boy-child, that is probably the hottest Mrs. Claus you will ever see so soak it up and never forget.”

  2. 2 garnold
    December 16, 2008 at 1:53 pm

    gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. ugh. shudder. ugh. repeat.

  3. February 27, 2010 at 4:42 am

    Sondra is hot she sure dont look older to me i have seen some twenty year olds who dont look as good the giants can fire and hire who they want but this year 2009 they have bad karma and nothing will save them unless they get rid of that skinny girl( not sure of her gender) WHO WEARS A SUPERMAN OUTFIT, SHE IS NUDE ALL OVER THE INTERNET, SAYS SHES G– ON HOWARD STERN AND TWITTERS WITH PORN STARS, SHE GOES BY NY GIANS GIRL BOY WELLINGTON MUST BE ROLLING OVER IN HIS RE NOW THAT IS A BAD IMAGE FOR THE NY GIANTS AND THEY SHOW THAT SCANK ALL OVER TV THAY MUST BE DESPARATE THE NFL HAS GONE DOWNHILL IN THE LAST FEW YEARS IT IS A SHAME!

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