Enraged parents have attacked a high school's decision to change its rules to allow anyone who wants to be on the cheerleading team to join, regardless of their talent and ability.
Hanover Park High School held its tryouts in East Hanover, New Jersey, last month, but after making cuts, a parent complained about their child not being allowed on the team.
This led the athletic director to changed the policy, to allow anyone who wants to be on the cheerleading team to join. A school statement said the change was meant to 'facilitate a more inclusive program'.
But this new rule upset some cheerleaders – and their less-than-impressed parents who asked the school 'why go for excellence when you can just let a little snowflake whine and cry to get the position?'