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Sending Pictures of Your Penis to a Playboy Model Can Have a Downside

by davidbreitman   November 11, 2010 at 2:46PM  |  Views: 1,089

Major League Baseball star Grady Sizemore wanted to do something romantic for the aspiring trophy wife he was occasionally having sex with. Like most guys, he was torn between buying flowers and sending photos of himself holding nothing but a coffee cup in front of his genitals. Sizemore regrettably chose the latter.

The Cleveland Indians franchise player hosted a one-man photo shoot in which he took some risqué iPhone pictures in his bathroom. He then emailed them to a Playboy model he new biblically named Brittany Binger.

Unfortunately for the pair, (some time later) a female college student thought it might be fun to hack into Binger’s account and check out her emails, including the ones from Sizemore. 

Once the student had the pictures in her possession she sent them out to various media outlet directors who then posted them all over the Inter-web, rendering Sizemore's romantic gesture creepy and a poor viral marketing campaign for Folgers coffee.

But wait! How did she hack into the secure email account of a possibly literate Playboy model?

According to a reporter who now covers the “athlete penis beat” for his local paper:

A complaint filed in Dakota County District Court says Ayers' laptop was used to view Binger's Facebook, Twitter and MySpace accounts, and that personal information on those sites could have been used to change Binger's password and access her account in August 2009.

So basically, Binger’s password was either her birthday or breast size.

Sizemore has yet to comment on the newest twists of the digital unearthing, but is likely relieved that the Tribune described the coffee cup he was holding as “large” and "oversized." Had they used less complimentary adjectives this whole situation could have been really embarrassing.

Photo: Arun Nevander/WireImage/Getty Images

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