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The stripshow must go on: Pole dances become drive-thrus amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Strip clubs around the world may have been deprived of their patrons due to strict lockdowns and continued risk of infection, but strip joint proprietors have turned to a familiar old format to stay alive.

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Strip clubs around the world may have been deprived of their patrons due to strict lockdowns and continued risk of infection, but strip joint proprietors have turned to a familiar old format to stay alive.

Echoing similar moves from churches and cinemas, pandemic-era strip-drive-thrus have been set up in several cities around the world, with drivers being invited to pull up to the pole for a fee.

A recent drive-thru stripshow in the German city of Landshut drew spectators from all across eastern Bavaria, including the nearby city Munich, for a sleazy but sanitary evening.

During a show in late May, queues of cars could be seen waiting for their turn to watch scantily-clad men and women observing social distancing rules inside a tent in an industrial estate. The 20-minute shows were run by a local brothel in the southern German state.

A strip club in the South African city of Port Elizabeth, meanwhile, says it is allowing drivers to watch a pole dance from behind the wheel while they wait for a drink to be brought to their cars.

In an even more bizarre combination, a club in Portland, Oregon is inviting people to sing karaoke in their cars while they watch a drive-thru stripshow.

“Come sing your little heart out with your mask on,” the US city’s Lucky Devil Lounge says, advertising drive-thru strip-karaoke events on its website.

SourceDPA
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