Trader sues over lap dance injury

A Wall Street trader is seeking damages after allegedly being hit in the
face by a strippers high heel as she performed a lap dance for him.


Stephen Chang, a securities trader, claims in court papers filed at the
Manhattan Supreme Court that he “sustained serious personal injuries” on
his visit to the Hot Lap Dance Club near Madison Square Garden in November
last year.

His lawsuit against the club states: “During the course of said lap dance,
the employee suddenly swung around, striking [Mr Chang] in the eye with the
heel of her shoe.”

Mr Chang, who is married and in his early 30s, had visited the club on his

The establishment, which describes itself as the “Playboy Mansion of
Manhattan party lofts” charges a $50 (£25) cover charge and a $10 one-time
joining fee. A lap dance typically costs around $40.

advertisementMembers can receive lap dances from both topless and
completely nude women, although it was not clear which Mr Chang had opted

On its website, the club states: “The dancers are not only exceptionally
attractive with killer bodies, but they also have good personalities, are
friendly and sensual, and are intelligent and can carry on a conversation.”

A manager at the club said: “We didnt have any reported accidents. We have
a first aid kid and we would have treated the guy or called an ambulance.”

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