I remember my 16th birthday. I also remember the first time I watched a strip show. They weren’t on the same day, or even in the same year.
Judy Viger (33) of New York, thought it was appropriate to hire two strippers for her son’s 16th birthday. She hired them from a company called Tops in Bottoms and arranged for them to perform in a private room at the Spare Time Bowling Centre in South Glen Falls. The two strippers basically molested the boys by grinding up against them and performing lewd dances, as strippers do, in front of the boys who some were as young as 13! There were over 80 people at the party, many of them adults, who failed to stop the strippers or blow the whistle on the fucktarded foolish behaviour. It was only after the fact (of course) that these adults said they were outraged by the sexual performances of the strippers in front of the young boys. Why am I not surprised?
Police found out about the stripper escapades when one parent saw a photo on Facebook of the shenanigans and reported it. So again, none of the adults at the party reported it?
When Tops in Bottoms were contacted, they said they didn’t know that the boys were underaged and that the whole thing was being “blown out of proportion”. Oh really? As an adult company which sells products and services aimed at the adult market, it is your RESPONSIBILITY to make sure that your clients are old enough to use the services. That means checking ID or just using your best judgement. Obviously such as sleazy company as Tops in Bottoms are only out to make money, and they don’t care whether their employees molest children. All that matters is that they get that money. However they have not been charged, not even fined or anything. If it was the case of a bar selling alcohol to minors without checking ID and they pleaded ignorance, I’m sure the Liquor Board would come down like a ton of bricks on them!
The twaterific Judy Vigers (who looks like the strippers may have been co-workers of hers) has been charged with 5 counts of child endangerment. She could face up to a year in prison if convicted. Her court date is March 7, so I’ll hang out for new info after then. So what about the adults at the party? Why haven’t they been charged with allowing child endangerment or failing to protect? Why haven’t the strippers been charged with lewd and lascivious behaviour around children? These people all contributed to endangering the kids, so why aren’t they being punished??
I have watched a few male strip shows before. After I turned 18 (the legal age here in Australia at which to enjoy these things). My best friend runs an adult party plan business, which sells sex toys and other novelty items. She is also over the age of 18. I didn’t know it was so hard to wait for these things until after you turn 18 (or 21).
Thanks to SoloCare for the tip!