Denver Strip Club Drops Lawsuit, Strippers Now Behind Plexiglass
A strip club in Denver has dropped its lawsuit against the health department and has agreed that strippers will now perform behind a plexiglass barrier.
A strip club in Denver, Player's Club, was suing the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Tri-County Health Department. They were suing because their 1st and 14th amendment rights were being infringed upon.
The Denver strip club said that because customers have to stay 25 feet away that it's impossible to make enough money to stay open. The club also stated that erotic art requires less distance to be effectively communicated to the patrons.
Player's Club has since dropped its lawsuit against the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Tri-County Health Department because they reached an agreement.
According to Westword, the strip club in Denver will now be doing the following:
- Wear masks while performing/in the club
- Create a plexiglass barrier between the stage and customers
- Clean the stage floor and pool after each individual performance
Player's Club in Denver will also limit all dance routines to ten minutes, according to Westword and:
...routines are limited to ten minutes so that dancers don't become overexerted - presumably because intense physical activity could cause heavy breathing that might further spread the virus...
The coronavirus pandemic has changed so many things all around the world, including strip clubs. It goes to show that if you don't adapt, you'll fall behind.