Nice dress, girls – now get out!
Some of you might have noticed an intriguing section of the stands during yesterday’s Holland match. One that seemed awash with numerous beautiful women who were all enduring the “triple cringe” of turning up to a World Cup match wearing exactly the same outfit. As everyone knows, nothing makes a lady’s skin bubble quite like a matching-outfit humiliation.
Well, as reported on Eurosport, the whole thing was totally planned by a beer company called Bavaria, who designed the dresses, then ordered the sexy girls to go to South Africa and cheer on the Dutch. Only it didn’t pan out so well, as the second half found the beautiful women ordered from the stadium by around 40 stewards. Barbara Kastein, one of the foxes, said this:
“We were sitting near the front, making a lot of noise, and the cameras kept focusing on us. We were singing songs and having a good time.”
“In the second half, about 40 stewards surrounded us and forced us to leave the stadium.”
“They pushed us up the stairs, and one of the girls fell.”
“The police came and kept on asking us the same questions over and over, asking if we worked for Bavaria.”
“They said we were ambush-marketing and it was against the law in South Africa. They said we would be arrested and would stay in jail for six months.”
“Girls were crying. It was bad.”
Crying? That is well out of order.
For those who missed them, here are some more shots of these law breaking rebels in action…