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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Browns Security Guard Turns to Craigslist to Find Beautiful Fan

Posted By on Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 2:23 PM


If players are scanning the stands for fetching young females during games, it stands to reason that security guards are doing the same thing, and why wouldn't they?

They're standing there, backs turned toward the game, just staring out into the seats. Could get boring. So, yeah, they're glancing around not just for any trouble that might be brewing, but also for some eye candy to keep themselves entertained.

One security guard who worked the Browns game in Cleveland on October 3 must have found something he liked because he got on Craigslist's Missed Connections board and posted a query to a young lass he noticed during the game. It's not enough that he's getting paid to stand there and look menacingly at drunken idiots, now he wants to use Cleveland Browns Stadium as his personal dating service. Here's what he had to say:

Brown's game oct. 3rd 2010 - m4w - 30 (cleveland)

You, isle 146, seat #4 I think, and either 3rd or 4th row up from the field. Me, goatee, security. We exchanged a few smiles. What did you give away to a gentleman sitting close to you. I know the answer, as well as you do. I have pictures of myself to the lady who gets it right. Even if you are not single, I think this could be a start of a friendship.

There you go, girls. If you were in section 146 and you noticed a goateed security guard eye fucking you for the duration of the Browns' win over the Bengals, he would like to get in touch. On the bright side, you know he's got a job.


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