Poor Jelena Miksa. She and several other female fans of the Croatian soccer team traveled all the way to, uh, wherever the hell they’re playing the Euro 2012 Championship, saw the home team win a tough match 3-1 and then got a little carried away with their celebration. How carried away?
They lifted up their shirts. Then they took their shirts off completely. Then it appears they let another Croatian fan like a nipple. And it was, of course, all caught on camera. Great fun for those in attendance, but not apparently for the Croatian government which employs Ms. Miksa. They, apparently, would prefer for her to keep her top on during the tournament.
How did we miss this during Monday’s National Championship game between Alabama and LSU? I would have thought ESPN would have been all over this on their 10 hour pre-game show or 24 hours of non-stop post game coverage. But no, they had to talk about the damn game.
They completely missed a topless woman walking around the French Quarter in New Orleans with an Alabama cheerleader uniform painted on her chest, (like the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue) and wearing a Bear Bryant hat. Roll over Tide!
Only she’s no swimsuit model and she’s either got a big snag in the front of her sweater or that’s one huge outie with a belly button ring through it. Eww.
Still, she is topless.
If you really, really want an uncensored version of the photo you can go to this NSFW site. But don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Not familiar with netball? Kind of like basketball, but without the backboards and players can only hold onto the ball for three seconds. But that’s not really why you’re here? You’re here for pictures of the ladies on the University of Bristol Netball Club topless that are part of a fundraising calendar to bring attention to the team and this greatly under-appreciated sport.
First off: the video below is Mostly Safe For Work. You really don’t see “anything”, but it’s not for want of slowing down the video, squinting and watching it repeatedly. Not much detail on what is happening here, but it appears she’s a fan of the Dynamo Kiev team whose male fans have a tradition of taking off their shirts and bouncing up and down in the stands. This young lady decided to join along and, except for a strategically places team scarf, this would be an R-rated video you wouldn’t be seeing here.
With the scarf, well, you just have to use your imagination. Does this ever happen at American football games?
You gotta admit those Canadians are crazy about their hockey. Certainly crazy enough to show up at a frigid ice arena to watch the game with nothing but bod paint to cover her, uh, “top half.” Actually not a bad paint job, but the fabric looks a bit stretched out if you ask me. You’d think Vancouver would have some kind of rules against this, but then again, it is Canada where almost anything goes when it comes to hockey. Did anyone happen to catch this during the broadcast of a the game? Link contains for SFW and NSFW versions of the pictures. Proceed at your own risk.