Women bailed over 'World Cup stunt'
Updated on 16 June 2010
Two Dutch women accused of "ambush marketing" at a World Cup stadium after using tickets allocated to football pundit Robbie Earle to bring a group in orange mini-dresses into the stands have been released on bail.
The women were each freed after paying 10,000 rand and surrendering their passports, according to South African Police Service spokesman Colonel Vishnu Naidoo.
They are due to appear back at Johannesburg Magistrates' Court on June 22.
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