In movies and books, spies are always debonair and brilliant, pulling off the most complex schemes without getting caught (too badly.) But in real life, espionage is a messy, complicated business, and sometimes people screw up. Here are the 10 most jaw-dropping screwups in the history of real-life spies.
Kevin McClatchy, for 11 years the head of the Pirates' ownership group and team CEO (and for 13 years part of the ownership group), came out publicly in a New York Times profile that's on newsstands today. In the piece, McClatchy explains why he came out to his family when he did: