A naked man who climbed to the top of a sign for the 5th Alarm strip club on Worthington Street taunted police for several moments Tuesday afternoon. When he finally climbed down, police tackled him and took him into custody. Police spokesman Ryan Walsh said the man was not arrested, but was taken to the hospital for a psychological examination. His name was not released to the public. Video of at least portions of the incident were recorded and posted on Facebook.
Well, that’s one way to put in a job application I suppose. Not gonna lie, the dismount was better than Gabby Douglas, and I’m willing to bet his moves are just as good as any one of Holyoke’s finest working the day shift inside.
But me thinks the ol’ custard hose probably wouldn’t go over well with the regular customers. Either way, he’s now been arrested which is a pre-requisite to working at any Springfield strip club in the first place.
It’s also not his first time auditioning either. Here he is last week working the pole over on Hillman Street.
I mean, you gotta give it to him – homeboy got rhythm.
But again, the rumpleforeskin is gonna be a problem for him in this line of work.
I’m told his name is Jose, although that’s probably a hate crime for misgendering him, but it’s clearly a dude so get fucked if you don’t like it. He’s obviously got some mental issues, but by all means, let’s let him in our locker room. What could possibly go wrong?
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