What are some common penalties or consequences associated with breaking the rules while playing a game of beer pong?

Beer Pong is normally played on an eight-foot by two-foot table with ten cups arranged in a triangle shape at each end. Teams of one or two players take turns throwing a ping-pong ball into the opposing team's cups. If a shot is thrown (thrown directly or bounced off a cup), the opposing team removes the cup and consumes it. The goal is to eliminate all of your opponent's cups before your own.

The winning team reserves the right to stay and play at the table. The losers find another team to replace them, although, usually, there is a line of people ready to play. Simple, right? Well, unfortunately, that's where the simplicity ends. Now, for those of you who want to improve your next game of beer pong, you can consider this version of striptease or challenge.

If you're an inveterate and experienced player and want to follow the official rules, check out the World Series of Beer Pong (WSOBP) game rules. Each team takes turns throwing beer pong balls (similar to ping-pong balls) to their opponent's cup formation.