Hannah Storm’s Outfit causes ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser Suspension
By: Luavut | 24 February 2010 | 36 Comments »
What's so wrong with these clothes?
ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser Suspended For Inappropriate Remarks. Tony Kornheiser seems to have a big mouth, and now he has to pay for it. He’s better known as the host of Pardon the Interruption, but he will be receiving no pardons for the comments he made about Hannah Storm’s attire.
His two week suspension will begin on Monday. So what did Kornheiser actually say? Well it seems he thinks Hannah Storm’s clothing was an example of a “horrifying outfit,” her shoes looked like “red go go boots,” and her shirt seemed to be “way too short for somebody her age,” viewers and anchors alike are outraged by the comments he’s made.
He further went onto say that her clothes made her look like:
“Sheâ€™s what I would call a Holden Caulfield fantasy at this point.”
John Skipper, ESPN’s Executive Vice President, condemned the remarks and stated that inappropriate statements such as these which seem more like personal attacks are not acceptable and Kornheiser will have have to face the music for what he said. Bet he wishes he kept his mouth zipped tight, since Kornheiser seems to apologizing left, right and center so he can get out of this mess.