A thought occurred to me this weekend—we all know the face and identity of the the um ... "unfortunate" woman who got it on with a complete stranger in a Metrodome bathroom while her husband sat in the seats not wondering what was taking so long. (It helps that she's now given two interviews to local media about how all the press attention is ruining her life.) But as they say, it takes two to tango ... so why should she get to have all the fun and humiliation? What about the dolt who pulled a complete stranger into a men's room at a football game while his girlfriend sat in the seats dreaming about what a great guy he is.
His name his Ross Walsh and he's a super duper boyfriend from Linden, Iowa. He's also a member of the National Guard, which probably isn't as picky about its employee's bathroom behavior as his partner's bosses were. (Yeah, she got fired.) Unlike her, he's taking the "not immediately available for comment" route, which is wise when you consider that a creative DA could possibly ring him up on sexual assault charges. If this was Law & Order: SVU, Mariska Hargitay would have shot him already.
The woman—you remember, Lois Feldman?—has even begun implying that foul play have been involved. She claims she doesn't remember a thing about the incident (which is probably for the best), had never met Walsh before that fateful day, and didn't even know his name until she read it in the paper. That doesn't make what happened in that stall a crime, but I think the judgment of all parties involved has been seriously called into question.
Police described both Feldman and Walsh as upset, drunk and uncooperative.
Chuck Miner, deputy chief of the University of Minnesota police department, said officers tracked down Feldman's husband. "I'm not sure how they made contact with her husband, but they needed her husband to help identify her" because she'd given the wrong middle name.
Miner said police didn't measure the blood-alcohol level of Feldman or Walsh. Asked to respond to Feldman's claim that she was too drunk to recall the incident, Miner said: "That's probably an accurate statement."
No one knows what happened to Walsh or his girlfriend after this, but apparently Feldman ran out of the Metrodome, then got a ride home from another complete stranger. Ok, fine. There's no way she doesn't end up looking worse here, because she's old enough to remember Rick Springfield's advice, so this kind of behavior is simply unacceptable.
Iowa Fan Ross Walsh Is Military And Stall Sex Hero, Lois Feldman Wishes She Never Met Idiot [Busted Coverage]
Woman in Metrodome sex incident says she was victim [Daily Times Herald]
Update: Hawk fan says bathroom sex scandal "ruined my life" [Des Moines Register]
KCCI Military Salutes: Ross Walsh [KCCI]