With the exception of the infected numbers game, most stories concerning the Chinese Wuhan Virus have revolved around strip clubs, their reopenings, and the precautions taken to protect people form the Wu-Flu, but not from crabs, herpes, or knocking up a dancer.
You’ll be able to see a lot at the Magic Lantern, now that the longtime strip club on Route 20 has reopened. But you won’t see a topless dancer without a face mask on, said Christopher Brunelle, manager at the club.
Now ever our butterfaces can make money!
Six-foot distances will always be enforced.
Not a problem for me if you know what I mean…
The capacity has been reduced to just 50 people from 200. Only one entertainer on stage at a time— no private dances. These are all accommodations Brunelle, whose wife Kimberly, bought the club in March, has made to reopen under Gov. Charlie Baker’s phased reopening plan.
There was no seating at the bar or at the stage when it reopened Thursday night.
Probably a good idea, since it’s more difficult to see some lecherous guy “yanking his doodle, it’s a dandy” in a darkened booth.