Well, a wildly entertaining example of this was provided recently at the popular Elizabeth Moore Sarasota Open.
Apparently, there was some sort of activity that briefly interrupted the tennis match.
We're not exactly a family show here at Fanorama, either, but we do have a modicum of standards.
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