Fans at the all important South Delta Secondary School vs. Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School high school football game in British Columbia on Tuesday, October 28, (we had tickets, but didn't go) got more than they bargained for. There were rumors that some senior girls from South Delta would streak the game, and sure enough at half time twelve girls--wearing only masks, booty huggin' underwear and strategically placed duct tape or paint across their breasts--ran across the field. In broad daylight!
They stopped briefly to taunt the Lord Tweedsmuir players, shimmying and shaking their bodies and then spraying them with Silly String before dashing off. It may have worked: Delta won 20-14. According to witnesses, some parents and children left the game in disgust after the prank.
Arrests? None so far, and school principal Ted "I'm Warning You" Johnson seems even MORE powerless than his American counterparts. An embarrassed Johnson now admits he warned students last month not to streak at this year's final game of the season but that they, uh, ignored him. But what about now, after they directly went against his orders? According to Johnson, since the incident he has told the girls involved that they will be suspended from school IF they do anything else wrong. Anything ELSE wrong? What more could the possibly do, short of having sex with the football team in the hallways?
Oh, and Johnson also encouraged the streakers to talk to younger students to end the streaking tradition. Oh yeah, with the strong punishment that he handed out, we're sure the message was received loud and clear. There is raw video of this incident, but does anyone know if it has been uploaded to YouTube yet? Email us at BadJocks@Yahoo.com. (CBC - link includes video clips)