FIFA has to be congratulated on dealing with those threats under the illegal advertising act as the local population is likely to accept the fact that you have to pay a lot of dosh to the guys in charge if you want to do something - its how it has allways been. Now the brewery behind the stunt will claim they had nothing to do with the stunt and it is perfectly natural for sexy young girls to have the urge to visit a football stadium and watch some hous playing with their balls, they like nothing more than that. Also it is in their human rights to dress up in bits of orange and they actually wore rather a lot for dutch television standards. Next the media and the lawyers will take on the story doubt cause a lot of lowyers to sue for damages to the girls under the human rights act. If a boy is allowed to wear his trousers round his ankles under the human rights act a girl should clearly be allowed to wear her skirt above the knee. Poor South Africans thougth the human rights issue was about skin colour e.g. treating a black person like a human. They are yet to be made aware that being treated a human is about the right to wear what you want unless it is animal fur.
Now FIFA could have enlightened the poor nation to a different blessing by introducing them to the benefit of health and safety regulation, and that is how the girls could really make some money for themselves out of this story. Forget about getting damages for human rights. If they have been given any form of financial incentive that could be interpreted as employment and thus they could sue the brewery for breach of health and safety by sending them into a testosterone fuelled atmosphere if the brewery has not supplied them with some with the required personal protective equipment.
Apparently for the next coup they plan is to hand out orange hijab's and burkas as that would prevent the FIFA from sending them out of the stadium under the freedom of religion act. Also it would reduce the cost enormeously as they could hire any local unemployed bloke to wear it just for the price of a ticket.