Bored at the Nats Game?

Okay, folks, I’m about to make a joke so epicly bad and in such poor taste that I am apologizing before the link is even thrown down. Sorry. It’s gotta be done.

Apparently the Nats aren’t the only thing at RFK that sucks.

Had to be done. Had to. So yeah, not that I condone getting a hummer at the ballpark in public, in a place where families are (supposedly) hanging out with their kids, but yeah, when the Nats are as bad as they are, I can’t say that I blame the couple in the upper level 500 seats.

As they say on the Mastercard ads…

Tickets to a Nats game: $6
Program: $5
Two Hot Dogs, and some beer: $70

Getting a hummer in the 7th: Priceless.

Here’s to hoping they didn’t get caught. Thanks Deadspin. So, where’s the craziest place you’ve ever caught (or been caught!) an amorous couple?

3 Comments so far

  1. Pam (unregistered) on September 22nd, 2006 @ 4:18 pm

    I work in a converted townhouse type of office building on a relatively busy street off of Dupont Circle. A couple of years ago a car pulled up in front of our building and the people inside of it proceeded to line the windows with newspaper. Of course this caught our staff’s attention, so we watched to see what they were doing. After a while the car began to noticably rock, and it was pretty obvious what they were doing. By the time they had finished we had quite the audience watching from the 2nd story windows. The couple got out of the car, she finished getting dressed while he removed the newspapers. When they noticed all of us watching them, he (maybe it was both of them) pointed to his ring finger. I guess that was supposed to meant that they were married, thus apparently making it a completely kosher way to spend your lunch hour.

  2. wayan (unregistered) on September 22nd, 2006 @ 5:36 pm

    I work downtown & sometimes I stop by the office late at night for a snack or a bathroom break.

    One night I heard -that sound- coming from the conference room. Heading out quickly, I described a co-worker I suspected to the guard, and my suspicions were right on. The co-worker is no longer with us, but for whole other reasons.

    I still gotta wonder though: how drunk was his date to agree to shag on a conference room table?

  3. Joseph J. Finn (unregistered) on September 22nd, 2006 @ 9:44 pm

    Right by the Montrose stop of the Brown Line in Chicago, there is an old RV trailer (the aluminum-skinned rounded type) on top of a four story building. The Tribune had a story on it about a year ago, and the owner of the building/business confirmed that at leat a couple of times he’s found a couple of workers in there…well, doing the obvious.

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