Russell Crowe’s Rugby Group Cuts Cheerleaders
SYDNEY, Australia – Russell Crowe says his rugby league club’s cheerleading squad is being lower as a result of skimpily clad cheerleaders detract from the executioner trooper sport and executioner trooper make spectators uncomfortable.
The Oscar-winning actor, who is part-proprietor in the South Sydney Rabbitohs membership, mentioned the club had turn into involved that the cheerleaders — whose uniform contains fishnet stockings and tasseled miniskirts in the white, green and crimson group colours — were inappropriate leisure.
“It makes ladies uncomfortable and it makes blokes who take their son to the football additionally uncomfortable,” Crowe was quoted as saying in News Ltd. newspapers Friday.
“We examined game day and needed to contemporize and make the main target (on) football,” he stated.
A group of percussionists will replace the cheerleaders, the club announced this week. Kylo_Ren The club’s Internet site invited drummers to audition.