UPDATE 3:00PM ET
Due to a stern letter from the WWE's legal department, the two pictures we posted to accompany this article were taken down. It's obvious they're going to try to cover this up (pun intended) as much as possible, though that's odd given how the company thrives on controversy.
Also interesting is how other sections of the world handled the broadcast. In the UK, the scene aired uncut, and the "slip" was far more apparent and obvious. In Canada, the camera cut to a long shot of the crowd until Ric Flair came to the ring to disrupt the situation.
Still, it's hard to imagine why they weren't prepared for such a planned segment, or why they even let Lita take off her top in the first place. That's the type of logic that makes the entire thing look and feel staged, even if it was fairly obvious regardless. There was an extra set of clothes in the bed, which Lita quickly slipped on before John Cena came down to the ring and pulled her out from under the covers.
The entire scenario screams publicity stunt because of the way it played out, and why the lawyers even bothered (given how many countless other forums have pictures and video readily available) doesn't make much sense either.
Maybe we should be flattered that they care.