Man operates strip club in his basement


25 Responses to “Man operates strip club in his basement”

  1. DJBudSonic says:

    It’s things like this that make me proud of Detroit… I don’t care what NBC says, Detroit is still cool. Still, that couch looks pretty gross.

    • Anonymous says:

      You know it DJBudSonic. I kind of just want to see this place. Haven’t been to a strip club in years, but sounds like one of those experiences one just must have.

  2. asap says:

    Heck is’nt this just stealing an idea from “The Family Guy”? Detroit is definitely moving more upscale from the 80′s.

  3. NYdude says:

    Steve Buscemi is the best for this part!

  4. Anonymous says:

    way to go deeeeeeetroit!!!

  5. jenjen says:

    When I was househunting I saw a house with a room like this. The rest of the house was basically OK, but it had this home-porn-studio room with that same paneling and bad carpet. It was every bad cliche about home porn rooms. Oh yeah, there was a swing. I’m sure the neighbors were happy to see those owners go.

  6. Anonymous says:

    This is why all men should finish ones basement

  7. kaffeen says:

    Starring: Christopher Walken, Steve Buscemi, Robert Downey Jr, and Kirsten Dunst

    Directed by: Joel and Ethan Cohen

    Tagline: “No Shirts, No Shoes, No Problem”

  8. Kerov says:

    In a European country, he would have opened a brothel.

    Strip clubs are an artifact of our repressive (by First World standards) laws about sex work.

    • Anonymous says:

      Pretty sure most European countries don’t have legalized prostitution. At least, not nationwide.

      There’s a county in Nevada that allows it, for example.

      • Kerov says:

        Prostitution is legal in pretty much the entirety of Western Europe. The biggest variation is whether brothels are legal (Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Switzerland, etc), or illegal (France, UK, etc).

        And yeah, nationwide. The crazy-quilt of hugely varying state/local laws more of a US thing.

  9. Terry says:

    I bet Dan Aykroyd plays this guy in the movie.

  10. adamnvillani says:

    Prostitution isn’t just legal in one county in Nevada, it’s every county except Clark (Las Vegas), Washoe (Reno), and Carson City. Drive through rural Nevada and sometimes the brothels will be the biggest advertisers in an area.

  11. kaffeen says:

    I’m writing the movie script right now. Heads up Hollywood, nothing like shag carpet, hedonism, flaky people, and naked girls to light up the silver screen.

  12. Anonymous says:

    The best part of the story is, hands down, the name “Jay Thunderbolt.”

  13. TheBetsy says:

    Love this story. This is the basis for a fantastic movie in the same vein of The Hangover.

  14. EH says:

    Boogie Nights II: Basement Boogaloo

  15. toolbag says:

    Christopher Walken

  16. Anonymous says:

    Suave’s house in Blue Velvet.

  17. Anonymous says:

    No. William H. Macy. Walken plays his neighbor who’s divorce party is hosted in Macy’s basement. Walken newly bachelorized again convinces Macy, a life long timid bachelor (Has he even ever had sex?) to open a strip club in his basement so Walken can live it up. Hilarity ensues as the business takes off.

    Instant hit.

  18. Nadreck says:

    There used to be a place, called La Strip! across Yonge Street from the Eaton’s Centre, that operated on the same basis. The retired strippers who owned the place discovered that the only rules about what you could take off were in the Ontario Liquor Control Board regulations. So they put in a pop-machine, didn’t serve booze and could do what they wanted.

    Eventually the Puritans down at City Hall got them on some candy-ass, minor bylaw infraction and closed them down. Too bad because it was just about the only place that ever treated the performers as human beings: which was perhaps the true motivation for closing it down. A minor example of the games the average Strip Joint plays today is the Strippers Union demand that they stop putting in coin-operated lockers in the dressing room and just put in normal lockers that you can put your own lock on.

  19. dr.hypercube says:

    I smell a franchising opportunity! And lady funk!

  20. Anonymous says:

    How does this guy make money? I assume he takes a cut from the dancers.

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