Canadian Figure Skaters Forced To Drop "Suggestive" Move From Routine

Winter Olympics

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Canadian figure skaters Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have had to drop a 'suggestive' move from their Winter Olympics routine.

The move, described by The Toronto Star as a "kind of sex-chokehold", sees Virtue lying horizontal in the air with Moir's head around her crotch region, as seen in this video from a pre-Olympic tournament.

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The dropping of what is apparently a mixture of a Batista Bomb and oral sexual gratification on ice skates, which we're gonna label "The Sexy Ice-T™" (refer to image), seemingly hasn't hindered Virtue and Moir at all, claiming a steady points lead in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics short dance event, scoring an 80.51.

Also, upon writing and researching this article, we discovered this move is extremely difficult to pull off and you will hurt your back.

 

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