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Tennis Player Fined For Jerking Off Water Bottle On Live TV

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Sam Robeson - June 25, 2018

 

Television producers and the Association of Tennis Professionals apparently didn't get the memo that #loveislove, because after tennis player Nick Kyrgios showed some PDA with his water bottle by jacking it off to completion on live TV, he was fined $23,500. Racists. With the camera centered on him during a break, Kyrgios can be seen simulating masturbation with his bottle, eventually mimicking ejaculation by squirting. Looks pretty skilled at it. Must have gotten some pointers from Gwyneth Paltrow.

Kyrgios is apparently known for his bad boy on-air antics, because nothing screams "rebel" like participating in a snotty boring stupid pussy sport. Earlier in the tournament the twenty-three-year-old Australian said a naughty word for which a BBC announcer had to apologize. This time however, the announcer must have known that he had a runaway viral sensation on his hands, because he chimed in after Kyrgios exploded all over the place:

Plenty more where that came from.

He was talking both about the station's coverage of the match as well as Kyrgios' water jizz. Honestly, I'm all for anything that brings entertainment value to something as mind-numbingly boring as tennis. Plus, this isn't the most sexual thing to happen on a tennis court by far. That would be Maria Sharapova's primal grunting that makes it sound like she's dropping a major lady wad in her undies every time she smacks a big ball around for professional gain. And again we're back to Gwyneth Paltrow. Crazy.

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