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New Zealand prostitutes bend poles with their bare hands

by | 18th, July 2012

TO New Zealand, where keen Olympians are using street furniture to pole dance on. Reports are that dozens of traffic sings and poles have been bent out of shape by women using them as dance partners.

Pole dancing, of course, grew out of the 1980s Handbag Movement, in which legions of women would dance about their handbags in clubs with names like Buzbees, Dicey O’Reilly’s and Boogies Brasserie while they waited for men with rhythm or a bag snatcher. The bags went, replaced by, in turn, traffic cones, men called Gary and finally poles.

The local officials says these pole bending women are prostitutes working the street poles to seduce clients. In just one area of Auckland, more than 40 poles have been bent in the past 18 months. Well, so they

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