Fire Down Below

You might not realize it, but there are rules regarding strip club attendance. Rule number one is Never Eat The Food. It’ll make you gassy, and with all of the smoking that goes on inside, these buildings can be a powder keg.

To wit:

More than a dozen people have been injured in an explosion at a Massachusetts a gentleman’s club. The building in Springfield was leveled and other properties were damaged in the blast that was felt miles away and sent bricks and glass flying through downtown streets.

Reports claim that body glitter and stiletto heels littered a five-block area.

Firefighters were called to the building at around 4:20pm to investigate a gas leak but 40 minutes after they arrived the building blew up.

A hospital spokesman said that the worst injuries at this time appear to be facial cuts, but they are worried about some concussions.

Who cares about facial cuts? We never look at the strippers’ faces, anyway.

9 thoughts on “Fire Down Below

  1. PoppaJ

    That’s not glitter it’s stripper dust. Kind of like pixie dust only instead of making you fly you get a tweaker boyfriend.

  2. Fenway_Nation

    Actually, Scores apparently wasn’t open yet on Friday…..not that I know anything about the hours Scores or the Magic Lantern off route 20 over in Palmer in any great detail or anything.

  3. Mike47

    Televised reports indicate the gas company mistakenly punctured a high-pressure line after responding to a report of a gas leak. Standby for incoming lawsuits…

  4. Wyatt Earp Post author

    PoppaJ – Thread winner!

    Fenway – You have your mail forwarded there, don’t you?

    Mike47 – So it was a premature ejection?

    Randal – Or Bill Clinton’s latest prognosis.

  5. L Frame S&W

    One of my cow-orkers tells me this place was a four story titty bar, with peelers on each floor. They were open, and some dancers were told to leave the building NOW, never mind of you’re fsking naked, just run.
    It must have been a treat for the onlookers, four floors of nekkid wimmin’ running out of the building.
    Brings a tear to my eye, because I wasn’t standing on the street, with my camera!!!

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