Aussie hockey team sports warm-ups with pink bras printed on them for charity (pic)
Adelaide Adrenaline (what a great name, has a nice flow to it), a semi-pro hockey team in the Australian Ice Hockey League, donned warm-up jerseys before a recent game to throw their “support” behind a BrasON for BrasOFF charity initiative. The strapping on of the jerseys emblazoned with pink bras occurred on Aug. 12 prior to a game against the New Castle North Stars, a team, thankfully for its fans, is not owned by Norm Green.
According to a Puck Daddy report, the BrasON for BrasOFF charity raises funds for breast cancer research and care, so the gesture by the Adrenaline was a win-win for everyone. A charity was supported and we get to see a bunch of hockey players appearing like they are wearing fancy pink bras.