SALT LAKE CITY, UT- SEPTEMBER 10: The student section of the Utah Utes makes noise as Justin Miller #12 of the Southern Utah Thunderbirds sets to get the ball during the first half of their game September 10, 2022 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)

If you already know the story about the two topless girls at the Utah Football game and just want to see the picture – scroll to the bottom. For the rest, the backstory.

A story popped up over the weekend about two girls being without their shirts at the Utah football game. According to brobible, “The University of Utah police department is currently investigating two women who attended Saturday’s game topless.” The University issued a statement about the occurrence. It says, in part “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. 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. We encourage all of you to help us identify and call-out inappropriate behavior so that our event staff can ensure a safe and great experience for our student-athletes, coaches, staff and spectators. If you see something, say something!”

Back to the game. At some point, the girls, who were wearing body paint, were asked to put on shirts. They complied. Melea Johnson, who was at the game with her family, has taken to Instagram to voice her displeasure.



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