- A Port Elizabeth strip club has come up with a way to work during lockdown
- Candy's strip club now offers food, drinks and drive-through strip shows for their customers
- According to the owner, he wants to ensure that his staff can make money during these difficult times
Citizens can now get booze, snacks and a racy show at what is believed to be South Africa's first drive-through strip club.
Port Elizabeth-based strip club Candy's are offering beer and snacks along with drive-through strips shows under lockdown Level 3, The Herald reported.
According to Candy's owner, Charl Muller, he wants to ensure an income for his staff during this time and hopes the public will receive the drive-thru strip shows well.
He was quoted by the publication saying:
"There’s not much else to do in town at the moment, no bars or clubs to go to. This will provide some fun and at the same time help these girls to earn some much-needed money after a long time sitting at home."
The experience will cost customers R250 without refreshments. This will buy each client a "great experience" that lasts two songs.
According to Muller, they have 20 girls working and they will have six dancers on at a time. He added the themes and racy outfits will diver everyday.
Muller said they will exercise caution during the shows. He revealed each girl's temperature will be taken every day and they will wear masks. The women will also remain the appropriate distance from cars.
Briefly.co.za gathered the news left many South Africans divided - some had questions while others had jokes.
Jason J. De Freitas commented:
"So it’s a come and go service?"
Jowinn Wesley Klaasen wrote:
"So they just flash you and it's done?"
Grant Kaplan said:
"That’s so inventive. Well done in helping the girls earn an income."
Magda Labuschagne asked:
"Are the strippers wearing masks?"
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