LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Ines Sainz (photos below) could appear in Playboy. Oreally? Ines Sainz Playboy pictures won’t be that easy, however. That’s because TV Azteca reportedly prohibits its talent from posing sin ropas. Of course, broadcasting in skin tight stretch hotpants is completely allowed.
Playboy has reportedly made the offer to the “Jets reporter” as Sainz was dubbed in week one of the NFL season. Sainz has yet to comment if she would take the Playboy offer or not. Yet, Sainz has previously appeared in countless bikini pictures.
If she agreed to such a spread, she might give Clinton Portis of the Redskins something to comment about, again.
Portis has said “I think you put women reporters in the locker room in position to see guys walking around [unclothed], and you sit in the locker room with 53 guys, and all of the sudden you see a nice woman in the locker room. I think men are going to tend to turn and look and want to say something to that woman.” And on the female reporter, Portis remarked “You know, somebody got to spark her interest, or she’s going to want somebody.”
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And while he could have a magazine to flip through, Lance Briggs doesn’t think women should be in the locker room. “It shouldn’t be a big deal, period. This is the same place where grown men are taking showers, this the place where we [use the bathroom], and right outside of all these places we’re surrounded by media. As we’re drying off, we’re [unclothed] and trying to answer questions at the same time. It’s our realm. It’s our realm. The media has been welcomed into our realm. I’m not saying what happened there [in New York] is OK, but at the same time, maybe she didn’t belong in there.”
In a finding, NFL Commission Roger Goodell said of the New York Jets incident that “Sainz did not appear concerned, disturbed or troubled by what was going on around her, and that nobody had difficulty doing his or her job.”
“She also advised in her interviews that she had not seen or heard any catcalls, sexually explicit or offensive comments or gestures directed at her, and did not believe she was subjected to any improper conduct.”
Sainz said of the matter “It was definitely a joking tone, very amicable. I wasn’t offended.” Yet Sainz and Goodell concluded the environment was “unprofessional, uncomfortable, and disappointing.”
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