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On unicorns, Pirates and Pittsburgh police

Written by Pittsblogher on .

It may be attributed to the heat wave or the fact that there have not been any Pirates games in a few days, but one story that captivated the social webz of Pittsburgh had to do with unicorns, or, we should say, an adult entertainer named Andy San Dimas (who goes by a handle @LaShoeGal on Twitter) in a unicorn mask, who was kicked out of PNC Park for dancing in the unicorn mask during the Pirates game on July 13.

The story originally appeared on Deadspin, and in that story, there was a tweet from @LaShoeGal with a photo of her and a Pittsburgh police officer, a sergeant in the unicorn mask, allegedly that same unicorn mask, in which Andy San Dimas danced at PNC Park.  

KDKA reported that the Pittsburgh police are looking into the incident and have a pretty good idea of who the cop in the controversial photo is. The officer may even be facing disciplinary action. 

According to AP, a woman, who took the photo, "an adult film producer named Steviee Hughes, said she's not sure what the fuss is all about, though she's assuming it has more to do with adult entertainer Andy San Dimas posing next to the officer than it does the oversized animal head he wore on July 13."

The reaction to the story was mixed. Some got a kick out of it and others... well...

ANYWAY... Pirates are on tonight... SO, #LetGoBucs!

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