For $200, you can play a round of golf with strippers while getting lap dances.
One gentleman's club decided to try this idea out on the golf course, but they ended up getting in trouble with the city, according to NBC New York.
A New Jersey county is vowing to take action after the News 4 I-Team exposed a lewd golf tournament sponsored by an infamous gentleman’s club on a county-owned course.
“We’re going to look at the policies and procedures that are in place,” said Passaic County Administrator Anthony De Nova, after viewing undercover I-Team video that captured nudity and raunchy behavior at the Preakness Valley Golf Course in Wayne. “My understanding is that this isn’t the first time that this tournament took place here. But I can say it’s going to be the last time.”
The outing was billed as a charity golf outing with donations going to a range of causes, including the Dallas Police Department and unspecified support for those recovering from the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.
Once the outing got underway and drinks were flowing, I-Team cameras captured lewd behavior including lap dances and groping in public view. Neighbors of the taxpayer-supported course who watched the video were horrified.