Strippers go head-to-head with pole dancing robots
In a scintillating performance, the robots competed against professional strippers.
Now, apparently, our silicon friends are going to start stripping for us, too and recently did battle against the real things.
According to the New York Post, a Las Vegas strip club will feature a pair of android dancers on the poles in honor of the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show this week.
The robot strippers are more of a publicity stunt than an actual attempt to be titillating, since they have the heads of security cameras.
But the Sapphire Gentlemen's Club apparently figures it'll be a fun way to bring in some folks from CEO'S this year.
Organisers hope the mechanical dancers will appeal to men and women, and not just nerds.
The stripper robots were built by Brit artist Giles Walker, who said he wanted to “do something sexy with rubbish”.
He used scrap material, old CCTV cameras and powered his bots with windscreen wiper motors.
Strippers in Nairobi
Strippers in Nairobi are not in short supply.
Mercy Gathoni, 28, is a mother of two and readily admits to being a stripper and plies her trade in Nairobi. She says that her husband, an electrician, has no clue what she does for a living.
Male entertainers have jumped on the bandwagon and are now giving female strippers a run for their money.
There exists all-male strip clubs in Nairobi, the demand for services male strippers offer are on the rise.
And with the advent of male strippers in Nairobi, all-female parties have never been the same again.
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