'Dodgers Grandma' Flash: Old Lady 'Rally Granny' Who Flashed Dodgers Crowd Goes Viral For Flashing Bra [Video]

‘Dodgers Grandma’ Flash: Old Lady AKA ‘Rally Granny’ Flashes Dodgers Crowd, Gets Buzz For Flashing Bra [Video]

Right now, terms like “Rally Granny” and “Dodgers Grandma” are going viral on Twitter. There are also the folks publishing tweets about the “old lady Dodgers” game attendant after an older woman shocked the Dodgers crowd by lifting up her shirt and flashing her bra on Saturday evening. According to ESPN, the elderly woman, who can be seen in the below video, began to dance and act excited when the older woman saw video of herself on the video-board at the Dodger Stadium.

As seen in the above photo, Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost peeked out from the dugout during the third inning of the game. There’s no word on whether or not Yost saw the grandma who flashed the crowd at the Dodger Stadium when the Los Angeles Dodgers played against the Royals on July 8, in Los Angeles, California, but Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he missed the “Rally Granny” show due to viewing his lineup card.

However, the older woman who flashed her bra to the crowd was caught on video making her move, before the camera’s director could cut away from the grandma being egged on by the cheering crowd. Those same Dodgers fans likely did not expect the elderly woman to lift up her blue shirt and show off the white bra beneath it during the famous seventh inning stretch.

The crowd of 45,225 people at the Dodger Stadium were shocked and began laughing, at least those who saw the “Rally Granny” flash the crowd. According to Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger, the “Rally Granny” was the talk of the dugout.

“It was the rally granny. Some of my teammates were talking about it a little bit. You don’t see that much at a baseball stadium. I heard about it from some of my players and I guess they said I had a missed opportunity.”

According to the New York Daily News, the elderly “Rally Granny” caused laughter throughout the crowd of Dodgers fans, as well as in the Dodger Stadium video room.

On Twitter, folks who were in attendance at the Dodgers game are disagreeing about whether or not the “Rally Granny” should be called an older woman or even elderly. At least one person wrote that the “Rally Granny” should be called an “older adult loving life.”

Others are writing positive things about the “Rally Granny,” and wondering what talk shows the white-haired woman will appear on as a guest in the wake of the elderly woman going viral.

As seen in the above photo, the “Rally Granny” was captured in a photo, with her blue shirt down, and not flashing the camera.

[Featured Image by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images]

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