I’m beginning to find that camera men working for the football broadcasters are becoming less and less interested in the football and more and more interested in their voyeuristic hobby of spotting women in the crowd to show off to the viewer at home.
Now, as I sit there on my sofa, I’m not only cursing the fact that I was inconvenienced or out-priced to go watch and the football from the stands, I’m also frustrated that I was fatefully denied the opportunity to bump into the buxom beauty lavishly projected in front of as I queued for a pie at half-time. She’s probably even sitting in my seat. The cameramen must be sadists or even married to gloat in such a way.
Anyway, I can only expect this to continue through the World Cup as the countries big names turn up in support. Brazil is traditionally well followed and Alessandra Ambrosio is one of their more famous exports.
Ambrosio, having come second place in askmen.com’s “Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2008”, intersperses her modeling between her job as an ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Hopefully, she’ll also be attending as an ambassador for Brazil in international football’s biggest prize this summer.