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Outrage as Hooters sponsor local U10s football team

Summary by Ground News
People aren’t happy that Nottingham’s branch of Hooters will be sponsoring a local under-10s team this season. Hooters announced the sponsorship deal with club Burton Joyce on Wednesday (31 August) and it didn’t take long for Twitter to kick off. In response to the news, one person wrote: “Why are Hooters sexualising kids and who on earth allowed them?”
Published 5 months ago · Nottingham, United Kingdom

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