Loud sex sounds interrupt pro tennis match in Florida
SARASOTA, Fla. — An outdoor professional tennis match in Florida came to a brief halt amid sounds of loud sex.
Frances Tiafoe was about to serve Mitchell Krueger during their Tuesday night match in the Sarasota Open when he paused and flashed a smile of disbelief over the sound of a woman moaning in pleasure. Broadcaster Mike Cation initially described the sounds as coming from someone playing a pornographic video in the stands but later said they were coming from an apartment nearby.
Both players had fun with the situation while the crowd laughed. Kreuger hit a ball sharply in the direction of the sounds, and Tiafoe screamed, "It can't be that good!"
Cation later saluted the responsible couple on Twitter, writing "Sounds like you guys had a good time!"
Arena bans cowbells after some are thrown during hockey game
ERIE, Pa. — A Pennsylvania arena has decided it really needs less cowbell.
The Erie Times-News reports that the operator of the Erie Insurance Arena is banning the noisemakers.
Fans clanged cowbells throughout the Erie Otters' playoff game Tuesday. And some fans threw them onto the ice as the Otters celebrated a win that sent them to the Ontario Hockey League's Western Conference finals.
The Otters had provided cowbells to fans as a giveaway and sold them as part of its merchandise line, but spokesman Aaron Cooney said the team agrees with the ban and will no longer sell the items.
Arena operator Erie Events said Wednesday the ban was intended to make "a safer environment" for everyone.