Jun 11, 2013; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) warms up at the New York Jets minicamp session at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets Mark Sanchez Likes to Have Naked Parties

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There are five things New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez likes. Women. Naked women. Getting naked with women. Getting naked with women who are naked. And butt fumbles.

When he’s not being chased down by Paula Deen who wants to explore her cougar like tendencies with Sanchez, he’s dancing shirtless and drinking wine with large breasted females.

Assuming he has any left over time between those activities and throwing interceptions, he likes to streak during parties only to have his former teammate save his ass (literally, almost) by nearly attacking a woman who attempted to capture the footage on her cellphone.

Per Metro:

Earlier this week, a video surfaced of Sanchez partying with two females, including snippets of him dancing with an exposed rear end. According to Ainge, in a Metro exclusive, a similar incident almost happened four years ago when, following a big Jets home win in 2009, Ainge was a part of a postgame party at Sanchez’s condo. After several drinks, things began to get silly and Sanchez, whose girlfriend was at the party, decided to go streaking in his own condo. As the clothes came off, Ainge remembers the cell phone of a female partygoer popping up to capture the dash of the Jets’ rookie quarterback for posterity.

Ainge rushed over, smashed the cell phone and destroyed the evidence. Sanchez paid for the damages, but what could have been more damaging would have been for the video to come out. In light of this week’s “Butt Video” that surfaced on TerezOwens.com, it sheds some light on a player who apparently has struggled with making proper judgments.

Ainge goes on to reflect on a handful of other dumb moments Sanchez nearly got himself caught in, but was saved by a helpful wingman.

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