Phillies fans (allegedly) blow

A lifetime of sex in exchange for food, shelter, and babies? ASK.Police arrested 43-year-old Susan Finkelstein for soliciting prostitution (and related misdeamenors) in exchange for World Series tickets.

The Bensalem cops set up the sting after finding her ad on Craigslist, proving that you really can find anything you’re looking for on that site, whether it’s tickets or sex with a “married with children, current Penn grad student in liberal arts and onetime assistant PR director at the University of Pennsylvania.”

When she met the cop in the bar, she reportedly offered to “engage in various sexual acts in return for a ticket,” and when assured he did, “she was willing to up the sexcapades, according to [Bensalem Public Safety Director Fred] Harran.”

“Up the sexcapades?” Really? That’s your quote, public official? … OK.

We’re not endorsing prostitution, but remember, always always always ask if someone’s a cop when offering sex for payment, even if it’s just for dinner and a movie.

Make-up sets

For those of you who did not watch last night’s World Series’ Game 5 (and judging by the atrocious ratings for this year’s classic, most of you didn’t), the game was rained out with a 2-2 tie in the sixth inning. The game was called due to a rain-soaked Philadelphia ballpark, but not before the baseball gods (Bud Selig, FOX, the man on the grassy knoll) allowed the game to be tied-up by the Rays on a few weather induced balls.

The final innings will be played tonight, with coverage starting at 8 PM (EST, fool). Watch as our beloved Sox try once again to have their ALCS Game 7 loss avenged … by the Phillies.

UPDATE: Just kidding! They aren’t playing tonight, either!