She thought the windows were "tinted."
An anonymous topless woman featured in yesterday's paper said she thought she was shielded from view by tinted glass at last Saturday's Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre.
The woman was clearly visible through a hotel window that oversees the field and Toronto Sun photographer Dave Abel captured her shapely image.
"The (stag hosts) told me that no one could see through it," said the former SUNshine girl.
The 26-year-old grad student, who wishes to remain anonymous, said she has been working as a hostess for a few years to pay for school.
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"I am not ashamed of what I do, there's nothing wrong with this ... but not everyone knows I do this," she said.
She said going topless is not an uncommon request for stag parties and other girls working the party as well.
Blue Jays president and CEO Paul Godfrey said they have a strict code of conduct at the stadium.
"It may be legal to walk the streets topless, but not at the Rogers Centre," said Godfrey. Even T-shirts with offensive messages are not allowed in the stadium, he said.
The topless lady did not disclose which company she worked for but plans to quit after the exposure.
"Everyone's been contacting me asking me what I was doing and how this will ruin my career," she said.
The photos prompted high web traffic with 200,000 hits on the Sun website -- over a quarter of the site's daily views.