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Dani Mathers, Playboy’s 2015 Playmate of the Year, was at L. Fitness on Wednesday when the body of a fellow gym-goer offended her.The 29-year-old took to Snapchat to post the woman’s body — naked, on her story.The backlash was strong — Mathers has been banned from L. Fitness, indefinitely suspended from her radio gig on a popular Los Angeles station and predictably lambasted on the Internet.That’s because LA Fitness banned Mathers from all 800-plus of its gyms, then notified the Los Angeles Police Department that Mathers photographed a member in its locker room.The students undressed as part of a tradition known as the “Saybrook Strip,” performed at many Yale football games by residents of the school's Saybrook College.The tradition dates back to the 1970s, when a Saybrook resident first mooned Harvard fans, according to the Yale Daily News.This year, the Harvard University Police Department intervened. “I mean, I get it's a bit of fun, a bit of ‘rah rah,’ and everyone's quite intoxicated, but at the end of the day you’ve got to realize what you are doing, and that's not going to be right along with everyone.”Others said they thought the Yale students had crossed a line in exposing themselves at a public sporting event attended by families with children.“I thought it was wildly inappropriate,” Harvard Law School student Alex Gazikas said.HUPD officers identified 12 naked Yale students who bared their genitals and escorted them outside Harvard Stadium, according to Steven G. Catalano said the officers released the students immediately after exiting the Stadium, and that the department will not take any “criminal enforcement action.” “We will be sending the report down to Yale,” he said. “This is supposed to be an event that’s for families, for kids, for everybody, and it was wildly inappropriate to put yourself in that position.”Kamran Khan, an alumnus of Harvard's School of Public Health, agreed with Gazikas, though he said he thought the naked students were likely “having a good time.”“I think that was unnecessary, because you have kids, families, things like that,” he said.
“I thought it was kind of funny.”Yale freshmen Daniel Dager and Ines Ozonas said they also found the stunt amusing.Google search trends suggest it’s her most popular moment yet: The magazine stopped featuring full front nudity starting with its March 2016 issue.It’s part of rebranding the magazine that aims to promote an image that’s “Less sweatsuit, more Tom Ford.” It markets its brand as more aspirational and luxury-focused, rather than hawking crass nudes. Editor Cory Jones told the New York Times last year, “The difference between us and Vice is that we’re going after the guy with a job.” The last time a Playmate of the Year made headlines for losing a job, it was model Hope Dworaczyk.After being named in 2010, she competed in Celebrity Apprentice and was fired in week nine.Her appearance on the show, she said, was for only one purpose: “Not to leave until I won money for Best Buddies.