Posted by Will Brinson
One stereotype of celebrities and athletes attending large sporting events is that many people attend "gentlemen's clubs." There's no proof, per se, but it seems like a safe bet that if several hundred thousand rich people descend on a metro area, several hundred thousand more pieces of currency will get thrown in the air.
This logic would explain why Dallas is desperate for, um, talented dancing ladies (read: strippers). At least according to John Walsh of the Showtime Caberet, who told TMZ that he's looking to add "another 100-120 lap dancers" for the Super Bowl.
TMZ also reports that the city's strip clubs as a whole are in the hunt for an extra 100,000 (!!!) girls to work the clubs. Which seems, well, like a lot of women.
For instance, right now, Showtime Caberet only has 30 girls -- Walsh apparently feels the need to literally quadruple his employee count.
The only thing that weirds me out about this "lack of dancers" phenomenon is that it happens every single year when the Super Bowl rolls into town. That's because an extra couple hundred thousand people are coming and people want to drum up business by getting their name in the paper (that way people have a name they can be drawn to).
Plus, we're talking about the Packers and the Steelers here -- if ever there were two fanbases least likely to make it rain all over Big D, that's them.
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