About last weekend’s RockFest at Liberty Memorial…
The one where an estimated 55,000 head-bangers bellied up to 15 bands for nearly a dozen hours of drunken and disorderly debauchery. A politcally correct, freelance concert review in the Star glossed over the depravity by referring to "the antics of uninhibited women" and musicians who "actively encouraged…lewd behavior."
Leaving to reader’s imaginations the question, how lewd was it?
"It was a great people watching crowd," says Westporter Bill Nigro, who worked the event. "Because you saw everybody from the beautiful people to the not-so-beautiful people. There were some stunning women there and there were some other ones that weren’t."
Diplomatically said – but let’s take it a step farther – how stunning?
"There was quite a bit of flashing," Nigro says. "I’ve never seen so many flashes. Ever."
More than in Westport on St. Patrick’s Day even?
"Uh, yeah," Nigro deadpans. "At least 20 times more, easily, Twenty times more flashing than Westport gets on St. Patrick’s Day."
Even at the back of the bus where Nigro was trapped working?
"It was happening everywhere, not just down by the music," he says. "I mean, there were guys walking around with beads and girls were flashing them to get more beads."
Nigro’s boob count?
"I was there over 12 hours, from 8 a.m. until about 9 in the evening," he says. "And I had to have seen over 100, I guess."
Meaning 50 women or 100 pair? The latter, Nigro notes.
Forgive me for asking but, the percentage of flashing hotties to flashing notties?
"It was pretty much half and half," Nigro says. "One half USDA Choice prime boobs."
And the other half: "Oh, I’d just say large and cuddily."
In fact, Nigro set a personal record for most bare boobs beheld.
"That’s probably because it was his first RockFest, because that’s pretty normal at RockFest," says former Entercom honcho Bob Zuroweste, who’s lorded over his share of the headbanger happenings. "That’s probably why there’s 40,000 guys there and just 10,000 women – it’s part of the show."
Nigro’s advice for red-blooded dudes planning to attend next year’s RockFest?
"Bring some beads, you won’t be sorry."