While the economy appears to be recovering, the upswing is not happening fast enough for the small Wisconsin town of Juneau.
Two female exotic dancers there are making national news — for duking it out on stage at an area gentleman's club known as Silk Exotic.
The second dancer, believing her performance to be superior, grabbed the money from her partner and kicked off an unexpected physical struggle.
The violence clash erupted when a male "admirer" — I guess that's what you'd call him — handed one of the strippers a single dollar bill.
The second stripper, believing her performance to be superior, grabbed the money from her partner and kicked off an unexpected physical struggle that landed both women with a $250 citations from country police.
“I was surprised by this," Dodge County sheriff Todd Nehls told the local newspaper — the Beaver Dam Daily Citizen (oh, come on . . . stop snickering). "We seldom receive calls for service from this business. This is a rare exception."
That "rare exception" does not apply in Texas, where strip club brawls seem to happen on a regular basis.
This summer, Bayou City activist Quanell X defended a dancer who was beaten up a fellow performer at the Millionaire Boyz Club in northwest Houton. The incident was filmed via cell phone and uploaded onto the Internet, where it proceeded to go viral.
Months later in November, an Austin club named Hot Bodies saw a 17-women fight that cost one male spectator his left eye. He was hit with a high-heeled shoe, according to KXAN Ch. 36.