01.26.09 10 years ago 9 Comments

Since it was video that killed the radio star, it only makes sense that a quibble (quabble?) with a nudist resort would play such a prominent role in killing what would have been Lingerie Bowl 6. What is amazing is that both the nudist resort and the game’s organizers seemed embattled in a sort of race to be the most prudish. From The St. Pete Times (via Game On):

“The league will not place our fans, players, staff nor partners in a less then comfortable environment that would ultimately jeopardize the mainstream perception and reputation of the brand that so many have worked diligently over these past five years to build,” the league’s Stephon McMillen said.

Angye Fox, a spokeswoman for Caliente Resorts, issued this statement: “Caliente is a luxury clothing-optional resort. We ran into conflicts with the Lingerie Football League wanting more areas of our resort restricted to clothing required then we could accommodate.”

The league’s announcement came after weeks of problems that hinted that the Jan. 31 Lingerie Bowl VI, which was to air on pay-per-view during the Super Bowl halftime, was in trouble.

Yeah, so no LAWN-jurray Bowl this year. But where will I ever find girls in lingerie now? After the jump, some undated video of a Lingerie Bowl photo shoot. If you turn the sound off and play this is the background, you could probably masturbate to it. Possibly. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to wipe the semen off of my monitor.


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