World Series: Fox's Live Broadcast Captures Two Women Flashing the Camera

Many baseball fans took to social media to post videos of the uncensored moment.
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Game 5 of the World Series

Fox censors must have missed this one, but baseball fans certainly did not.

During Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night, two women could be seen raising their shirts and flashing their breasts on camera during the live broadcast.

The women were standing in the second row, slightly to the first base side behind the plate. Their stunt was seen live on Fox by a camera shooting from center field.

Both raised their shirts briefly as Houston Astros ace Gerrit Cole was set to pitch to Ryan Zimmerman of the Washington Nationals in the seventh inning at Nationals Park. Many viewers took to social media to post videos of the moment.

The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Fox for comment.

Meanwhile, Instagram model Julia Rose identified herself as being one of the women; another model, Lauren Summer, also took to social media to reveal herself as the other flasher.

On Sunday night, Rose tweeted a photo of a letter on what appeared to be Major League Baseball letterhead saying she had been "banned from all Major League Baseball stadiums and facilities, indefinitely." The letter was typed and sent rather quickly, leading to speculation it may have been fake, but on Monday the Associated Press reported that it was legitimate and the ban affects both Rose and Summer.

Rose also posted a video with two other women in which they claim credit for the act, and then say, "Fuck breast cancer. Donate to breast cancer. Save the boobies."

According to her Twitter feed, Rose frequently engages in the act of flashing her breasts to promote Shagmag, a "digital magazine" she founded. She claims in a recent video that she and her cohorts got kicked out of the Santa Monica Pier's Pacific Park for a similar stunt.

Meanwhile, the game also was noteworthy for other off-the-field action when President Trump attended his first Major League Baseball game as president and was greeted with boos and chants of "Lock him up!" from the crowd.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.