On any given weekend, you'll see some gymnastics late at night at downtown Baltimore's Power Plant Live.
The over-intoxicated kind.
The running from someone yucky who's hitting on you kind.
But this weekend, it was the real kind as the Ravens cheerleaders surprised the late-night bar crowd with a performance.
It was actually a flash mob -- planned in complete surprise -- with one cheerleader after another joining the show as folks finally figured out what was happening.
The Sun's Kevin Richardson was there to document it.
Oh yes -- there was a point to this flash mob.
The cheerleaders wanted to drum up attention for their final round of tryouts next week, which is open to the public.
People can buy tickets for the tryouts, which they're calling "Making the Cut," through TicketMaster. The event is next Saturday, March 17, from 4 to 7 p.m.
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