The Broadbeach Cats Australian Rules football team "were cheered on by two skimpily-dressed staff," in a recent game. Their sponsorship deal pitted upset feminists against one plucky Hooters branch owner with a flawless argument.
Reuters report that "women's advocate" Melinda Tankard told an Australian TV show that "the message these boys are getting — and bear in mind we're talking 15 and 16-year-old boys — is that ... as a young footballer you have an entitlement to large-breasted women in skimpy outfits bouncing around at your games."
The response from the Hooters branch owner Morney Schledusch? "Ridiculous... they don't all have big boobs."