Strip Club To Open Up Across From Safeco Field

You know how all the new baseball parks have cool features, like the hot tub beyond center field at Arizona’s Bank One Ballpark Chase Field? Or the train at Enron Park Minute Maid Park? Well, forget those features, because Seattle’s Safeco Field is getting a strip club. Game, set, match Seattle.

Jacoby Ellsbury at strip club (fake)

(Jacoby Ellsbury at Deja Vu, May 15-17, 2009.)

OK, so the strip club isn’t in the stadium itself, but it’s right outside. And making the whole seamy enterprise even better is it’s name, at least according to the SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER: The Deja’ Vu Club. See, it’s ironic because we definitely haven’t seen this before.

The strip club’s opening marks the end of a drastic transformation in Seattle’s family-friendly image. Until last year Seattle had banned “adult cabarets” for almost two decades. Now there’s going to be one across the street from the entrance to home plate, literally.

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Lesbian Couple Claim Ballpark Ejection For Kissing

KOMO-TV in Seattle reports today that a local lesbian couple is claiming they were ejected from a Mariners game because they were spotted kissing.

Lesbians Kissing At The Ballpark Get Ejected

(SbB dramatization - it’s called artistic license, brah)

Sirbrina Guerrero says she only gave her date a peck, but a mother sitting with her son complained to security and, as a result, they were told to stop or leave.

Of course, lost in the lead was the fact that when confronted, Guerrero told security “we’re not going to stop (kissing)“, and was never actually escorted out of the building. Not to mention that before Guerrero departed the ballpark, she had time to take “pictures of other couples who kissed but were not reprimanded.

Sounds like a real *forced* ejection, eh? Read more…