For those of you who aren't regular readers of FanHaus, I've been doing a daily series over there called Attractive Olympians to showcase all the hot T&A (and beefcake) that will be on display in Beijing this summer. Yesterday I wrote about (and posted many pictures of) 19-year-old Australian swimmer Stephanie Rice, the world record-holder in the 200 and 400 IM, who recently got in trouble when a public Facebook album that included pictures of her wearing this delightful police uniform and partying with friends (the drinking age is 18 in Australia).
Swimming Australia, the sport's governing body Down Under, had a calm, measured response.
Swimming Australia has cracked down on its team members and their own Facebook profiles. Swimmers in Australia have been informed to change their profiles to the most private settings possible on Facebook, as well as take down images of a questionable nature.
Dude, Australia, what happened to you? You used to be cool. We can pull off that tightass shit in America because our ancestors were douchefuck Puritans. You were a dumping ground for criminals. Lighten up and let the girls the party. What's the point in young women wearing sexy costumes if they can't take photographs and share them with the world?