Staring at fit women in bikinis and watching fights are national pastimes, but that doesn’t mean the two activities always go well together. The operator of allegedly paid homeless St. Pete men between $25 and $50 to endure brutal beatings from athletic women on video. None of the participants seemed to mind the work until an advocate for the homeless noticed an increasing number of men loafing around Williams Park with suspicious injuries. Now at least two of these fetish stuntmen have found a better way to make money. They are suing the owner of

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