Okay, not to mention that this isn't exactly "ladylike behavior," these girls are Olympic athletes (who are held to a higher standard by default). I'm all for a good celebration, but couldn't you have kept it a little more private that this???
I'm just glad that it wasn't an American making a mockery of the art of celebration again.
Honestly, if the press hadn't taken these pictures, you know they would have ended up on Facebook at some point anyway. I just don't get it...don't people realize that their actions have consequences? Don't they realize that pretty much anything is public knowledge these days? Think, ladies!!!
Disclaimer: I know I sound kind of old in this post...if Facebook were around when I was partying, I may never have been hired as a teacher...I had waaaaaayyyy too much fun back in the day.
Update: Can you believe this???
What a horrible (albeit honest, I guess) reaction to a horrific crash. Maybe some of the coaching should include YOU'RE BEING TAPED OR PHOTOGRAPHED AT ALL TIMES. ACT LIKE IT!!!