A Bouncing Busty Baseball Fan

A Bouncing Busty Baseball Fan

Sunday, July 28, 1991. The place: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York. The baseball teams: Yanks vs. Angels. Attendance: 36,302, plus one flashy blonde with huge tits, clad in shorts and wearing a bulky jacket over a white T-shirt. She is sitting in Seat 6, Row 5, Box 27, Section 9, Yankee side of home plate. She waits to make her move.

Top of the second inning. Angels on first and second base. Yankee rookie Scott Kamienicki is pitching. A dancer named Toppsy Curvey bolts her seat and dashes to the mound to kiss him on the cheek. The crowd goes crazy

Seconds later, she is taken away by two Burns security guards, and later gets a summons for trespassing. "I never saw a baseball player blush like today. He [Kamienicki] really blushed. That made my day," said Toppsy, who is actually apologetic. She is outside the stadium signing autographs. "I try to do it usually right after the National Anthem, so I don't disrupt the game. But this time the traffic tied us up." Toppsy is in New York to work at Fantasy Island, a club in upstate Nyack, New York. In fact, the name of the club is printed on her extra-extra-extra large shirt.

Toppsy knows that running out onto a playing field can be extremely dangerous. Every year, people sitting in their seats are badly hurt by balls and broken bats flying into the stands, and the injured can't sue. A dancer with massive, bouncing boobs running out to the diamond during a game in progress is taking a heavy risk. Most of the baseball players she's smooched wish she wouldn't do it. The whole thing is an interruption. Kamienicki's teammate Steve Howe: "It's not good for a pitcher. Breaks their whole concentration."

What drew Toppsy Curvey "The Kissing Babe" to lip lock major league pitchers in particular?

"They're close to get to, number one." A day prior to kissing Kamienicki, she had descended on Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox at Fenway. Yankee security was waiting for her to make her move at their stadium, but they weren't quick enough to grab her. Did Toppsy feel guilty about interrupting the ball players? "No, because like myself, he [Kamienicki] is a professional in the limelight, and he can handle that, or he wouldn't be where he is."

Baseball manager Stump Merrill, who knew Morganna the Kissing Bandit, and did a commercial with her in Columbus, Ohio, had his say on the gimmick of "strippers running onto the playing field." He didn't think it was funny. "She's somebody's daughter. If she was mine, I'd kick her rear end. That doesn't mean she's not a good kid. She had no business coming out onto the field. You want to cause a scene, take your top down in Central Park, or go to a strip joint."
Featuring: Toppsy Curvey
Date: December 31st, 2022
Photos: 76

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