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Those Koalas Having Sex Behind Andy Roddick

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They were both female.


Horny Koalas Put on Sex Show During Andy Roddick Interview

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Andy Roddick paid a visit to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Australia yesterday. He's down under for the Brisbane International. He began an interview about the match, but nobody really listened because of the hot koala action that was going on in the background.

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VICKY KENNEDY: Orrin Hatch says she should be considered to fill Teddy's seat.

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Seann William Scott, Jock-Strapped and Ready to Serve

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Talk about fuzzy balls...

Can't afford a nude tennis lesson from Andy Roddick, then how 'bout one from Seann William Scott in a jock strap? Some screencaps from the forthcoming tennis comedy Balls Out: The Gary Houseman Story have leaked online and show a pornstached Scott as a tennis coach with a very stripped down wardrobe.

More (probably NSFW) AFTER THE JUMP...

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