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table dancing

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(Dancing) a form of entertainment in which naked or scantily dressed women dance erotically at the tables of individual members of the audience, who must remain seated
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Lincolnshire Live reports Mr Bola, who already owns the KUSH nightclub in the town, said it will include pole, lap and table dancing as well as burlesque dancing shows every 30 minutes.
The venue would host only topless pole dancing, with no lap dancing or table dancing, she told the hearing.
A CITY centre table dancing club has applied to extend its opening hours until 5.30am every morning.
At the time Glenn Nicie, director of the North Shields-based business, said: "FYEO Ltd operates a number of high quality table dancing venues in Newcastle city centre.
Very confused on black Friday with table dancing rock band and a weird horse!!
For Your Eyes Only Ltd's barrister Charles Holland claimed that table dancing venues lead to "less crime, less issues of public safety and less public nuisance" than an ordinary nightclub.
Sydney, Sept 14 (ANI): A grand old pub in the heart of Brisbane's justice precinct has enraged local businesses after it modernised its look and added new features like table dancing, pole dancing, shower shows and topless barmaids services.
Summary: 50 Cent has been pictured in a German table dancing club.
The ruling ended a 15-year wait to bring his table dancing empire to Ireland.
"I looked through one of the windows and saw a room full of elderly people and go-go boys up of a table dancing under the flashing lights," Silver said.
Described as Scotland's largest lap and table dancing nightclub - upmarket and not sleazy, I'm assured - and a regular advertiser in the Hamilton racecard, the establishment put
Spearmint Rhino, the latest addition to Birmingham's string of table dancing clubs, is Britain's largest such venue and employs 200 women.