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Iceland Bans Stripping In The Arctic, Kerry Katona And Frozen Assets

by | 27th, March 2010

ICELAND’S parliament has voted to ban strippers, making it an offence for any business to profit from the nudity of its employees.

Iceland’s parliament, the Althingi, passed the ban, with two abstentions and no votes against.

Nude dancing was already heavily regulated in Iceland, population 320,000, and a failed banking system which owes the rest of world billions.

Dancing nude on volcanic detritus in the Arctic was no joke for the artistes either.

They are a bit late, Britain’s Iceland had already offed extremely ex-Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona.

That wasn’t for stripping, sniffing… allegedly.

– AGW



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