Elite Security, the firm contracted to provide security for the game, fired him.
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Cameras caught the guard in the act in front of the cheerleaders and the 68,000 fans in attendance at Quallcomm Stadium.
One fan posted to Instagram a video of the unidentified guard,, who stood just feet from the cheerleaders, wearing a black hat, red jacket, and black pants, while slipping his right hand in his pocket.
In 2012, the Jacksonville Jaguars became the first and only team to make a multi-year commitment to play in the NFL London Games, signing up for four fixtures from 2013-2016. In 2014, London hosted three regular season fixtures for the first time, including the Jaguars second London fixture against the Dallas Cowboys.
In 2015, there were three more ISG's with the Jaguars beating the Buffalo Bills.
"Guard was openly masturbating RIGHT IN FRONT of us during the game, while watching the cheerleaders jump up and down!!! Such a complete disregard for women's rights and public decency!
SAN FRANCISCO — For decades, NFL cheerleaders accepted low wages — some making less than an hour, others getting nothing at all — without demanding change. The Oakland Raiders’ cheerleaders, the Raiderettes, and four others NFL cheerleading squads better wages filed class-action lawsuits against their respective teams seeking increased compensation. In the past 16 months, the Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Jets agreed to settlements worth more than .6 million combined and the guarantee of minimum-wage pay.
The idea of cheer teams quickly became popular: Women began joining teams in the 1920s, pom-poms were introduced in the 1930s, and stunts in 1948.
While the activity was a hallmark of collegiate sports, it wasn’t until the 1960s that the Baltimore Colts made professional cheerleaders an NFL fixture.
After decades of making pennies per game and enduring flagrant objectification, it appears NFL cheerleaders are realizing how short their end of the stick actually is.