Could This Be the Most Dangerous Selfie Of All-Time?

Kelly Nash, a reporter for Sun Sports Rays in Boston was spending some time covering the Red Sox-Astros match on Saturday for special story called 'Inside the Rays.' Because her entire family is from Massachusets, she knew they would love to see her at the stadium in Fenway Park. So she did what any person with two arms and a phone would do; she went to selfie-town on herself.

"I was taking a picture of myself in the seats above the Green Monster during Red Sox batting practice," she said.

"Producer Art Dryce had called out 'heads up!' a few times while I was taking pictures around the left field section, but none of those balls actually fell close to me, so I took my chances turning my back on batting practice for a picture.

As she was texting her selfy to her family, she was shocked to see that a ball had come dangerously close to hitting her head.

"I laughed pretty hard when I saw such a surreal picture that I had no idea I took. I thought, you have got to be kidding me, maybe there ARE really angels in the outfield."

"I actually brought the movie with me on the trip and had it in my bag at the game," the reporter said. 

This is beyond weird and I love it.

For more amazing stories involving selfies, follow me on Twitter: @feministabulous

 

via: Fox Sports Florida

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Elizabeth Plank

Elizabeth is a Senior Correspondent at Mic and the host of Flip the Script.

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