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Elderly Woman Flashes Crowd At Dodgers Game

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Attendees of Saturday's Dodgers game had an unexpected surprise on the videoboard when an older woman dancing for the camera took the opportunity to lift her shirt and flash the 45,225-person crowd. The camera operators tried to cut away from the scene, according to AP, but it didn't happen before the audience caught a glimpse of the woman's white bra.

The Dodgers were playing the Kansas City Royals on a day of record-breaking heat. Fans were cheering the woman's dancing on the videoboard before she decided to flash the audience, according to CBS, at which point the audience collectively gasped. The crew working the video room started laughing along with the crowd.

Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger called her the "rally granny," adding how "[y]ou don't see that much at a baseball stadium," according to AP.

The Dodgers proceeded to beat the Royals 5-4.

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