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Half-naked strippers dance on poles in a PARK in pandemic ‘protest’ sparking fury from households

Half-naked strippers dance on poles in a PARK in pandemic ‘protest’ sparking fury from families


COMMUNITY members had been indignant after getting an eyeful as a gaggle of unique dancers held an illustration over the weekend in an open park

The protest known as a “stripper strike” was held at Malcolm X Park in Philadelphia final Saturday, as images present some dancers carrying little or no clothes with a make-shift pole arrange on the park grounds.

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Unique dancers held a ‘stripper strike’ final Saturday in a public park[/caption]

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The goal of the demonstration is to enhance working circumstances within the metropolis’s strip golf equipment[/caption]

The goal of the demonstration is to enhance working circumstances within the metropolis’s gentleman’s golf equipment.

On Tuesday evening, the dancers met with the neighborhood in the identical park the place the dialog bought heated.

“This was not the place to carry it,” Kim Fuller, household life coordinator for World Management Academy SW, instructed 6ABC.

Fuller, who works throughout the streets, stated some colourful images from the occasion had been despatched to the workers out of concern.

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Indicators delivered to the park by demonstrators to protest higher work circumstances[/caption]

Dancers introduced a make-shift pole to the general public park in Philadelphia

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In accordance with Instagram fliers, masks and social distancing had been required on the ‘stripper strike’[/caption]

“The pictures that had been despatched to me had been upsetting as a result of they had been so exposing, and my thought was, there are infants in that park,” she instructed the outlet.

“For those who’re going to protest for higher remedy at work or on the job, I believe the place to protest is the place you’re having a difficulty at.”

In accordance with Instagram fliers, masks and social distancing had been required on the “stripper strike” and it was held on the alternative finish of the park to keep away from harmless eyes on the playground.


“What we had been doing was fundraising, to boost funds for dancers who aren’t working throughout COVID,” Bamm Rose, founding father of Stilettos Inc, instructed the outlet.

“No matter whether or not we stated stripping, pole dancing within the park, all that’s authorized; we’re not right here to speak about moralities, we’re right here to speak about legalities.”

Stilettos Inc. rejected the criticism and stated they plan on holding comparable skin-exposing occasions on the park.