Monday, February 28, 2011

Your Fantasy Ranch strip club offering nude lap dances in a party bus?

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Missouri's strip clubs have been struggling since new laws passed last year banning nude dancing and just about everything else that would make you want to go to a strip club. But one local club may have found a loophole in the law.

According to the website of the strip club Your Fantasy Ranch, the club is promising "totally nude hands-on lap dances again in our Party Bus!"



The website doesn't elaborate on exactly what the plan is, but a tipster who messaged The Pitch about the plan claimed that the nude dancing would start Wednesday, March 2.



The club, located in Centerview, is open only Wednesdays through Saturdays. The site also includes a link to the Kansas City Party Bus business, which makes a point of advertising that stripper poles are already installed in its fleet of "nightclubs on wheels."

I've yet to get in touch with Your Fantasy Ranch representatives, or the people behind the Kansas City Party Bus, for comment on exactly how this gets around the laws, but when and if I do, we'll update you. Journalism and all that, you know?


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