: a place where people go to watch performers take their clothes off in a sexually exciting way : a nightclub with performances by strippers
Recent Examples on the Web In Florida, the 6-foot-4, 315-pound Solis worked security at a strip club, according to the affidavit. —Curt Anderson, Fortune, 25 Apr. 2023 The planned shop, Earth and Ivy, would have sat between Lee’s Automotive, a repair shop, and the Little Darlings strip club, down the sidewalk from Broadway’s shops and restaurants. —Blake Nelson, San Diego Union-Tribune, 21 Apr. 2023 There was a bit of violent behavior among the punks, but the whole scene with the girl getting her dress torn off and the scene in the strip club, those weren’t in there. —Dina Gachman, Los Angeles Times, 17 Apr. 2023 But at the commission's meeting Tuesday, the four-member alcohol commission voted unanimously to uphold a local board's recommendation to deny renewing alcohol licenses for Club Onyx, a southside strip club, and Club Kalakutah, a bar in the Lafayette Square area. —Alexandria Burris, The Indianapolis Star, 21 Mar. 2023 Morant, 23, filmed the video early Saturday morning from Shotgun Willie's strip club, police said, following the Grizzlies' 113-97 road loss to the Denver Nuggets on Friday. —Cydney Henderson, USA TODAY, 8 Mar. 2023 The owner and several managers of a strip club in Orange County were arrested for hiring a minor to perform at the club, following a two-year investigation by the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation. —Amanda Rabines, Orlando Sentinel, 5 Apr. 2023 Police said Rudman had visited the strip club the night before, though his motive Sunday remains uncertain. —Kyle Melnick, Washington Post, 21 Mar. 2023 Pulling off the freeway into a neighborhood of bail bonds businesses, the city jail, and the Magic City strip club, DeWitt says a quick prayer. —Palabra, al, 15 Mar. 2023 See More
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