It's all fun and games until someone makes you take your clothes off.
A high school cheerleading coach in Georgia is currently under investigation for allegedly having girls on her squad strip as part of a game, according to NBCNews.com.
The investigation reportedly stems from a squad member's allegation that the team took part in a game called "Judge and Jury" at the coach's home in Atlanta. As part of the game, young team members had to answer questions beginning with the word "honestly." If they provided a wrong answer, the girls were told to remove an article of clothing or run laps.
The coach reportedly acted as the judge in the game, while the older players assumed the role of jury and the younger players were put on trial.
According to the police report, the coach told the school official that she closed her eyes and didn't see if anyone removed all of their clothing. The coach said she saw "only the students [who] removed clothing to reveal their undergarments."
The coach resigned from her position as a result of the allegations, according to the Clayton News Daily.