Susan Finkelstein does not encourage women to make any type of suggestive offers for tickets to the sold-out 610-WIP Wing Bowl 18 Friday at the Wachovia Center.
"Although it depends how passionate they are about Wing Bowl," says Finkelstein, the local woman who faces trial for allegedly offering sex to an undercover Bensalem police officer in exchange for World Series tickets.
She's now a part of Wing Bowl, and will be dressed as a "sexy leopard" on the ark float of contestant Hungry Hungry Hebrew, aka attorney Adam Taxin. Taxin befriended Finkelstein after interviewing her for a piece for a local paper that was never published.
Finkelstein, an unemployed public-relations professional who lives with her husband in West Philly, faces trial Feb. 24 in Doylestown on a charge of attempting to commit prostitution. Her October arrest made international headlines but didn't stop her and her husband, Jack LaVoy, from attending games at Citizens Bank Park and Yankee Stadium.
* Meanwhile, Wing Bowl co-creator Al
Morganti has picked returning champion Jonathan "Super" Squibb as 2-1 favorite to win on Friday. He rose from anonymity to take last year's crown. Richard "Not Rich" Razzi has 3-1 odds and the Mouth of the South, born Clinton Brooks Jr., is the third favorite, at 5-1 odds, according to Morganti's annual handicapping.
And speaking of WIP . . .
Overnight host Big Daddy Graham has a $1,600 dentist bill to prove it wasn't part of his act when three of his teeth fell out while he performed Saturday at the Sellersville Theater. Graham's daughter Ava came out from backstage to help him find the teeth, which landed on a rug. After the show, fans told Graham they thought it was part of his routine because the theater DJ, Dan Faga, had the mind to play "All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth," as Graham left the stage. Cherry Hill dentist Dr. Craig Donn put the chompers back in the comic's mouth Monday.