FIFA 2010 World Cup: Dutch Girls in Mini-skirts Cause a Scandal

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FIFA 2010 World Cup: Dutch Girls in Mini-skirts Cause a Scandal

A group of 30 Dutch girls in orange mini-skirts in the crowd of Holland’s match against Denmark at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg caught the eye of marketing people at FIFA.

Unfortunately for the blonde bombshells, it wasn’t for the same reason that the rest of the world’s men were staring at them for.

The girls were questioned after the match as their dresses featured the logo of a Dutch beer company, who are not one of the World Cup’s official sponsors.

Authorities warned the ladies that they could face a prison sentence for illegal advertising, as FIFA look to crack down on so-called ambush marketing.

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