The only interesting thing about the Panther Cheerleader sex-in-the-bathroom-not-really story is that the girls lost their jobs because of their embarrassing conduct.
An ex-Carolina Panthers cheerleader charged with giving police a false name during her arrest at a bar has denied accounts that she was having sex with another cheerleader in a restroom stall.
Renee Thomas, 20, also accused of hitting a bar patron, is charged with giving a false name and causing harm to another, a third-degree felony punishable by probation or a jail term of up to five years. The second cheerleader, Angela Keathley, 26, is charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. ...
The cheerleaders were not in town to perform at the game, and the team said both were fired from the TopCats squad for violating a signed code that bans conduct embarrassing to the Panthers.
Someone let me know when an athlete is fired for "embarrassing conduct"... not that mere assault could possibly embarrass most athletes.