Boy catches father checking out Emily Ratajkowski at Lakers game in hilarious photo
There's a classic episode of Seinfeld where Jerry and George discuss checking out women's cleavage. At a meeting, Jerry nudges George, letting him know about an incredible view. However, George stares at the voluptuous young woman for too long, and her father notices. "Get a good look, Costanza?" he sneers.
Back at the apartment, Jerry scolds George: "You're supposed to just take a peek after a poke! You were like you just put a quarter in one of those big metal things on top of the Empire State Building! ... Looking at cleavage is like looking at the sun. You don't stare at it. It's too risky. You get a sense of it, then you look away!"
The conversation's hilarious because it's so relatable. Men are guilty of checking out women and women are guilty of checking out men, and nobody wants to be that creepy person who stares for way too long. And when that attractive person happens to be a celebrity, you're really going to have a hard time not going full-Costanza.
Jerry and George were lucky not to live in the social media era, where you might be on camera, and probably are, at every moment. Recently 27-year-old model and actress Emily Ratajkowski attended a Los Angeles Lakers game, wearing a skin-tight white crop top, high-rise jeans, and stylish red-snake skin boots. As the stunning young woman struck sultry poses from her courtside seats, she caught just a little bit of attention. (Basketball game? What basketball game? There's a basketball game?)
One Twitter user shared a hilarious photo of a basketball fan turning around in his seat to get a better view of Emily's ample derrière. The young boy beside him grins from ear to ear, having caught dad red-handed, blatantly checking the runway model out. If mom gets wind of this photo, he might have explaining to do. Or maybe she'll totally understand, and get a pass to gawk at whomever she wants.
The tweet went viral, and everybody understood why the young man gave into temptation. "Its a once in a lifetime opportunity you have to risk it all," wrote one person. Another commented, "Amen, I'd stare in front of the wife and the in laws given that chance." A third wrote, "My girl would be staring too," while a fourth added, "Yuuuup she’d point it out to me hahaha." Another Twitter user pointed out that all the men are staring at Emily; her butt is the sun, and we all orbit around.
If Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza lived in the social media era, I'm sure they'd get busted on camera for checking someone women. But they'd also get a flood of support in the comments, letting them know that they're not alone. We can't help but stare at the world's most attractive people - but if you want to do it safely, just look at photos of them on the Internet.