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Oct
09

What Would You Do for World Series Tickets


102709_Susan_Finkelstein_01.jpg“I’m the creative type! Maybe we can help each other!” the ad on Craigslist read. Unfortunately, the ad attracted the attention of local Bensalem police in the suburbs of Philadelphia, who contacted the woman who placed the ad looking for World Series tickets.

On Monday after police responding to the ad, Susan Finkelstein, 43, replied saying that she was a buxomy die-hard Phillies fan and was offering to perform various sexual deeds for 2 tickets to a World Series game.

“She was willing to do anything, she said,” Bucks County public safety director Fred Harran told Philadelphia’s KYW Newsradio. “And she told the officers that she would engage in sexual activity with two individuals for two tickets.”

I just hope she made sure to try and get tickets for the early games, can you imagine how upset you’d be if you had a three-way with two guys off Craigslist only to see the Yankees get swept and you with tickets for game 5? I’ve been in that situation and lemme tell you, it sucks.

Meanwhile, Finkelstein has been charged with prostitution.

Seriously, how did we survive without the constant entertainment that is Craislist?

[NY Post]


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