A Boston-Area Strip Club was Raided Due to Fake Sports Apparel It Sold with Lap Dances

Monday December 23rd, 2013

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It appears that the halcyon days of receiving cheap Patriots shirts with their lap dances are over for patrons of the Foxy Lady strip club in Brockton, Mass. The nudie bar was raided Friday afternoon by Homeland Security and local police investigators, who discovered $10,000 in knock-off Red Sox and Pats apparel that was being worn by employees, sold to patrons, and included as a sweetener in lap dance bundles. As the Boston Herald reports:

[T]he club bought the poor-quality rip-offs for $3 to $5 each and then sold them to customers for $10 or as a free souvenir with two lap dances. [Brockton police Lt. Paul] Bonanca said the owner, who was cooperative, will likely receive a court summons for possession of counterfeit goods.

Now frustrated Foxy Lady visitors will have to do their Christmas shopping elsewhere.

[Boston Herald via Fark]

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