The Den, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, provided ample amounts of hand sanitizer for customers and required dancers to wear face masks after opening up following lockdown.
SCOTS strippers could be giving club distanced dances while wearing masks when strips reopen, edinburgh strip club owner has revealed. The lap-dancing tycoon said: "We are ordering temperature checkers for our security staff to check everyone before they could come in and setting up hand sanitiser stations around dancefloors. But the up close and personal lap dances could be out, with strippers set to perform from a distance to limit the spread of Covid instead.
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Tony Cochrane, who owns the Private Eyes franchise of strip clubs and nightclubs across the country, is preparing to open his doors again next month. Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? us at scoop thesun.
All Football. Bosses are already looking at measures including hand sanitising stations, booked appointments onlt and temperature checks to comply with post-lockdown coronavirus regulations.
Dancers at The Den wore bandanas over their faces and others donned surgical masks - but were reportedly touching customers and exchanging dollar bills. in.
Katy Pagan. But tourism minister Fergus Ewing announced this week that lap dancing venues could open alongside pubs on July Speaking to the RecordTony said: "We really need the details of the conditions but we've taken the minister at his word and started looking at the safety measures we can introduce.