Twelve female high school students sporting only their underwear and duct tape around their breasts ran across a football field during their school team's home game last week in Delta, B.C.
The principal of South Delta Secondary School said Wednesday he doesn't want to see a repeat of the prank and has issued warnings to the Grade 12 students, most of them cheerleaders of the home team.
"We don't take it lightly. This is a school. [In] schools, we hold higher ideals than we do in, say, the mall," Ted Johnson told CBC News in an interview.
The streaking happened on Oct. 28 during a Delta Sun Devils game against the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers of Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School from Surrey.
South Delta Secondary School principal Ted Johnson says the girls who streaked at the game will be suspended if they do anything else wrong. (CBC)
Video footage obtained by CBC News shows a
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