New York Giants fan Sondra Fortunato, aka Miss Football, was booted out of the New York Giants game last week for her provocative clothing. Ms. Fortunato’s sartorial ensemble consisted of a Santa outfit, fishnet stockings, a bathing suit bottom and high-heeled boots. And not to forget her rhinestone tiara.
According to the New York Post, the well-endowed Fortunato insisted that nothing was showing. Said Fortunato:
“You couldn’t even see my underwear I don’t flash.”
In addition to her skimpy outfit, Fortunato, who has been attending Giants games for over 30 years and has become the unofficial mascot of her favorite NFL team, was cited for carrying a suitcase full of Christmas presents and a couple of pro-Giants signs. One read, “Go Giants,” and the other had “Have a No Guns Christmas” emblazoned on it (this a reference to the Plaxico Burress shooting incident).
“I love the Giants! I’m a flamboyant dresser and I’m well-endowed,” Fortunato said. 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!
But officials at Giant Stadium, apparently, were not big fans of her ‘giant’ assets. Fortunato was escorted out of the stadium, saying signs and baggage weren’t allowed and telling her to cover up because there were children present.
Fortunato added: “I guess some ladies got jealous and complained.”
The Giants maintain that Sondra was ejected because she violated rules against signs and baggage – although no one confiscated her bag on the way into the stadium. A team spokesman refused to comment on Sondra’s eye-popping mode of dress.