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There's no shortage of strip clubs to put a little extra "sin" in Sin City. They're prime destinations for bachelor parties, trade show attendees, or anyone looking to appreciate a sexy show of skin. But things don't always go according to plan for the patrons or the performers.
Names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent. The ring is the thing "Most people are fine, but some are just assholes. Mandy has been an exotic dancer for a of strip clubs in Las Vegas, including Treasures, Cheetahs, and Deja Vu, but she won't reveal which one she currently works at.
She says most customer problems come down to alcohol. They were in town for business and had tons of money to spend. They booked two tables and were handing out cash left and right. This particular club, which will go unnamed, had an area for private dances -- where in some cases, aggressive groping wasn't uncommon. Especially if the money was right. So the group settled up and left. It was about 3am and the girls were counting their cash.
Ten minutes later, a man could be heard screaming from the front door. Apparently he lost his high school graduation ring. Mandy says the woman in question laughed it off, but they never found the missing ring. Security escorted the group out the club and back to their cab. One of the other guys was heard saying, "It could be worse. At least it wasn't your wedding ring.
He thought he lost it inside the stripper. Welcome to the creepshow Regulars are a big part of any Las vegas stripper stories. That includes strip clubs, and it's not uncommon for clients to get overly attached to the talent. He came in to see her over and over again," says Emma, who has worked at both Sapphire and Spearmint Rhino. He got down on one knee and everything. It was kinda sad. He couldn't see that he was just a customer. It was so embarrassing.
As for Emma, when off-duty she doesn't usually advertise what she does for a living -- unless it's to her advantage. Usually it works. But sometimes it turns them on, unfortunately. Emma turned down one of those guys at a bar on Fremont St. A few nights later, she was working at Spearmint Rhino and saw the same guy. He was waving dollar bills around and tipping all the performers. After I was done, he disappeared without saying a word. And I didn't see him again that night.
But he returned the following night. And again the next night. He would tip the other dancers, but never Emma.
It was really creepy. He wouldn't even talk to me. He'd just stare at me while getting dances from other girls. Emma said the guy showed up three nights in a row but she "wasn't going to have a guy kicked out for not tipping. Other than the strange stalker, Emma says true horror stories are few and far between. They barely fit but I didn't have much of a choice.
And during my first song, I stumbled and fell off the stage! And yes, she finished the show. Maybe he thought it was part of the act," she laughs. I'm a trooper like that. Girls love to have fun with other girls. It's no big deal," she recalls. It was actually a wedding party. The bride and groom took a limo straight to the strip club after tying the knot in a ceremony earlier that evening. One right after the other. And this poor girl didn't say a word. She was trembling the whole time. The groom was watching from a nearby table, but seemed to be Las vegas stripper stories angry and agitated.
He would come over between songs to pay for another dance -- and just seemed to get more and more frustrated after each one. The whole scene was uncomfortable. Apparently they'd been having trouble for a while and he only agreed to marry this girl if they went to a strip club the same night. Not like it was going to happen anyway. The arguing didn't stop and the bouncers eventually told the couple to leave. They're my favorites to dance for," says Sarah, who spent a few years Las vegas stripper stories at Sapphire. Because her happiness is going to determine how the night goes.
And sometimes the night doesn't go so well. Sarah was dancing for a girl when her boyfriend disappeared and ended up in a VIP room with another dancer. The girlfriend was later found crying in the bathroom. And it always ends up in a fight. On at least one other occasion, it was painfully obvious that a couple didn't belong together from the moment they stepped foot into the strip club. She was running up to the stage, throwing lots of money around. As it turned out, she was a dancer from another club out of state and the guy was one of her customers.
Sometimes thousands of dollars. Just make sure you keep track of it. Jenna says she would never leave her cash in her locker when working at the Spearmint Rhino or Larry Flynt's Hustler Club. She would take the bills, fold them over her garter, and wrap a hairband around them. Afterwards, she noticed the hairband broke. She counted her cash and realized she had the same 80 bucks she started with earlier in the evening. I was too embarrassed about it to say anything to anyone, including security. On the other hand, customers don't always realize how much money they're spending as the night goes on especially when they're drinking lots of alcohol.
Then the credit card comes back declined, so they break out another card. You can see the look of panic go across their face. They pretend it's not bothering them. Sometimes customers accuse the dancers of overcharging them. If the situation gets heated, security is quick to step in and give the customer the boot. Never underestimate the importance of tanning Sapphire is famous for having its own swimming pool -- where the girls can hang out with nothing but pasties and bikinis on. But a few years before that, Sapphire briefly hosted an adults-only pool at the Rio resort.
A guy called and asked about the dress code. Someone on the phone made a mistake and told him there were no restrictions. Meanwhile, everyone else in the party probably assumes the celebrity is taking care of it. I've heard about this problem at nightclubs as well.
Beware of undercover cops.
It's their job to visit strip clubs and make sure nothing illegal is going on. Watch out for relatives. The vast majority of our customers are from out of town. Rob Kachelriess is a former television news producer who has been writing about Las Vegas in Thrillist for more than three years. Make Fun. Thrillist Serves. Social Media Links.Las vegas stripper stories
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