University of Utah Investigating Claims Two Women Were Topless at Game Against Southern Utah

Welcome to football season, where fans behave badly.

The University of Utah is not happy following an announcement that it is currently investigating claims that two females were allegedly topless at this past weekend’s football game against Southern Utah. According to a report from local outlet KUTV, allegedly the women were wearing body paint above the waist, but they still were topless minus the paint.


“Two women at the University of Utah football game were topless in the stands on Saturday, wearing little if anything above the waist but body paint. University spokesman Christopher Nelson told 2News Sunday night the women were asked by two female police officers to put on their shirts, and they complied. Detectives will “follow up this week to screen for any possible criminal charges.” University police said there is an active investigation.”

Apparently some alumni were in attendance with children, and did not enjoy the show the ladies were putting on. Melea Johnson described what happened at the stadium. Her initial reaction to seeing these women was that she had to shield her children from them.

“They had a haphazard, just kind of sloppily painted on their back, and we’re like, is that all they’re wearing? We didn’t know, and our first instinct is we have our kids with us and oh my gosh, we have to shield them,” Johnson said, via KUTV.

President Taylor Randall and athletic director Mark Harlan have already issued a statement on the type of behavior they expect from the fans at games.

“We want to be very clear that profanity, public intoxication, rude and disrespectful behavior, racial and derogatory comments or verbal attacks directed at individuals or groups will not be tolerated,” their statement read. “Anyone who engages in unsafe or inappropriate conduct will be removed from the premises, may lose all privileges and access for future university events and could be reported to law enforcement.”

There has to be more important things to be investigating, no?

Welcome to the game outside the game! Follow us on our Sideaction Twitter handleInstagram, and Facebook for the latest on sports and pop culture news across the web!

More from College

More in Hot Posts

More News & Stories