50 minutes in and he was still testing the "3 foot rule". Yes mate, I think we have established that one went out the window long ago
What exactly does one expect to see on a prime time "current affairs" show on Lap Dancing
Watched it, and in all honesty, it was nothing more than a typical tabloid "expose" that boils down to nothing more than some of the women who work in these clubs, bend the rules, and some of them offer themselves up for "extra services", if they think they can get away with it.
The presenter/investigator of the show, must have been chosen for his retardedness - and I use that word in the literal sense, not the crude one! It had him asking what the girls meant by "extras"; "lesbian", and a few other fairly simple, and obvious terms! It wouldn't surprise me, if this guy was actually some kind of evil spawned combo of John Beyer and Mary Whitehouse! He was a complete muppet!
In all honesty, this was a waste of one hour of my life! If you have recorded it, delete the recording, as it's useless and about as serious a documentary, as the average episode of Balamory is!
I asuume that he was asking the "girls" to explain so they could incriminate themselves.
here'a a scoop on some forthcoming Ch4/five docs/factual shows:Still, at least Channel 4 are covering worthwhile, non-sensationalist subjects that really affect people, on a daily basis.
Curious first post on an AV forum.As a dancer, I feel I have more insight and more of a right to comment on this programme than somebody who has no realistic knowledge of the internal workings, routines and operations of a strip club, which unfortunately, the people salaciously interviewed failed to possess.
Dumpy women with an extended vocabulary and little knowledge of the real world were preaching about places it was clear they had never even set foot inside of. Perhaps if they knew that I personally can make hundreds in a night empowering myself, having a drink with some friends and not performing extras, they would develop a different opinion. Either that, or they need to get laid.
It sickened me that they had clearly selected girls who would go that extra step, and were also incoherent and a pretty bad example of evolution. Most of my friends at work are at college/uni. Pretty much all the girls have other jobs too.
At one point, a woman referred to what goes on in lap dancing clubs, by saying she knew they wouldn't be talking about current affairs. So ****ing what? That is not our job, as much as it's not hers to get her tits out. Personally, I use the fact that I am not monosyllabic as a pulling factor when approaching men for dances.
Biased, sensational and ridiculous, avoiding the fact that its a fair exchange between consenting adults and preached by morons, this programme was a total joke.
I have integrity in what I do, but I would be lying if this programme hasn't made me worried that people will presume I'm a whore.
Oh, I'm sure that was exactly the reason he was asking them for more information. Sadly, he did it with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer. He may as well have gone in, and said "I'm an undercover TV reported trying to prove that prostitution is going on in your establishment, and so would you care to confirm or deny this, whilst I film you with my pinhole camera, and this rather large "briefcase" that I have with me, which also has a camer and microphone in it?"! The guy was just incompetent at his job... that of being "undercover"!
Still, at least Channel 4 are covering worthwhile, non-sensationalist subjects that really affect people, on a daily basis.
I think I saw this ages ago . what a load iof s ... if its the same one it had police undercover in a strip club catching people doing a bit of after action !!
Maybe you should have read the thread, as this wasn't the same programme you had seen before. It was new!