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The latest chapter in Dan Snyder’s world takeover has inseams popping all over India.

A couple weeks ago, Snyder lent Redskins cheerleaders to the Indian Premier League (IPL), one of the top cricket confederations on the globe, for opening night festivities.

The intercourse of scantily clad hip thrusters and the region’s most sacred sport left Punjab pundits all but predicting societal collapse.

Now, Vijay Vancheswar of the Delhi Daredevils has become the first IPL owner to ban cheerleaders from his team’s events.

“It is a conscious decision that we focus on the game at the moment,” Vancheswar told IBNLive, an Indian news service, when asked to explain the ban earlier this week. “The important thing is to win the game and this is serious cricket.”

Snyder’s cheerleading fetish goes back on display later this month in New Jersey, when his wayward amusement park chain, Six Flags, will hold tryouts for a cheerleading squad.