Found December 10, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Irina Shayk
TEAMS: Cleveland Indians
How was your weekend? I bet you ordered a pizza, forced yourself to watch the Army-Navy game on Saturday, got drunk and struck out at the bar. Enter Irina Shayk. She had to remind the world how much better her life is than ours and spent Friday and Saturday catching some rays in Miami Beach. Who’s got it better than Irina? We’ll tell you who…the guy who is walking hand in hand with the bikini-clad Irina like it ain’t no thing. How much do you hate this guy as your sitting in your cube as he just finished off a weekend in the sun with one of the hottest women on earth? The world is a cruel place, isn’t it? [Images via NS4W, NS4W] Filed under: Other Sports
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