Jets players are looking for help to put an end to a disturbing workplace that has included hidden cameras in the locker room for more than a decade. The Daily News has learned that Jets players and their representatives alerted the NFL Players Association in recent weeks about what appeared to be surveillance equipment hidden in smoke detectors in the Jets locker room. The NFL claimed in the past week on behalf of the Jets that cameras have been in and adjacent to the locker room since when the team relocated from Long Island to a new training facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, according to sources. The league concluded that players were aware of the cameras, and thus, the cameras were compliant with league rules, sources said. A league spokesperson informed the Daily News that the league responded directly to the union, and no further action is required by the Jets.
Jets players alert NFLPA about hidden locker room cameras at team facility
Hidden camera used to film Tennessee cheerleaders: police - Knewz
Franklin, Tennessee authorities report that an alleged peeping Tom placed a hidden camera in the locker room of a local sports studio and recorded underage cheerleaders, Crime Online reports. The pervert captured images of some 60 Tennessee cheerleaders, both underage girls and women, with the hidden camera, according to officials. The general manager of the Tennessee cheerleading studio, Premier Athletics, found the hidden camera on January The station said the general manager of Premier Athletics in Franklin found the camera on January 14 and turned it over to law enforcement, who have since been working to identify the victims.
After the Bengals the beat the Bills on Sunday , the NFL Network headed into the Cincinnati locker room where they took the idea of a "revealing postgame interview" to a whole new level. The naked Bengals were on screen for about 45 seconds before someone at NFL Network realized that showing naked players on live TV probably isn't a good idea. When the interview cut back to the NFL Network studio, the hosts were very aware of what had just happened. After the interview, Bengals offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth didn't seem too thrilled that America got to see his birthday suit. Time for a media policy change!!
Cue all the eggplant emojis. Even before Euphoria premiered, there was a lot of hype about just how many penises would be shown on screen in this wild new Gen-Z drama. While the premiere was relatively tame on the full-frontal front -- save for one prosthetic penis worn by Eric Dane -- the second episode went all in with the NSFW content. The episode explored the sordid history of Nate's Jacob Elordi father and how it complicates his own perspective and relationships, including his conflicted mindset while exposed to so many free-swinging body parts in the boys' locker room.