We say this somewhat frequently, but it seems it’s not sinking in so let’s give it another try.
911 and the Better Business Bureau are not the same thing. Never have been, never will be. Especially not when the complaint you wish to lodge pertains to the lack of prostitution at the strip club you’re patronizing.
After paying $350 for a private dance at a gentlemen’s club, a Montana man called police to complain that the stripper did not have sex
William McDaniel, 53, paid for the dance Saturday evening at Sagebrush Sam’s Exotic Dance Club and Casino in Rocker, a Butte suburb.
But when he did not get the expected sex, he dialed 911 to register a consumer complaint.
Surely you know how this story ends. If you said that Mr. McDaniel was charged with something along the lines of misdemeanor offering money for sexual favors, you win a prize. Maybe even a lap dance. Just remember, sometimes a lap dance is just a lap dance.
And before you get your commenting fingers ready to ask me how I could have possibly forgotten the soundtrack, I didn’t, don’t worry.