Fans Go OFF After Russian B-Ball Cheerleaders Put On Raunchy Show During Title Game (VIDEO)

Over the weekend, game three of the final series between Spartak St. Petersburg and Samara was set to take place in Russia’s northern capital.

Samara winning the championship became a footnote to what happened pregame before the Russian Basketball Super League final when fans and children were subject to a raunchy show put on by Spartak’s cheerleaders.

Here are just a few of the multiple complaints over the show:

“They should have mentioned 18+ age category for the final match” a user said.

The show, which was announced as an “elegant choreographic performance,” caused a stir among fans who described the show as “filth” and accused the organizers of crossing the line.

“Filth is everywhere! TV, sport, films! How can we bring up a decent generation of kids,” one fan fumed.

“This was a real striptease. It’s unacceptable for public places, including sports arenas. This is a basketball game, not a strip bar,” another added.

“My friend would have liked it, but definitely not my young daughter. I shouldn’t have taken her to the game,” one more fan wrote.

Just a quick search on Youtube of cheerleaders in Russia and you’ll see this is a common occuerence of cheerleaders looking more like strippers than entertainers trying to pump up the crowd.

Yikes.