An American woman was arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of minors for having hired two ‘strippers’ to the birthday party of her 16 years old son.
Judith Viger, 33, was arrested Monday in Gansevoort, a small town in central New York state, according to the news agency EFE.
The party took place last November 3rd in a bowling lane and the complaint came after the parents of one of the minors attending the party have seen photos of the event on the Facebook account of his son.
The boy’s mother was accused of the crime of endangering the welfare of minors, for organizing the party and hire three exotic dancers who performed “private dances” for five young boys, under 17 years old (the youngest was 13 years), pointed out, this Wednesday, the Daily News.
The party was attended by about 80 people, and during the event there was no complaint.
A photo released by a parent shows one of the dancers, dressed in “sexy” lingerie in an erotic position on top of one of the assistants.
If convicted, Judith Viger can be sentenced to a year in prison.
Police used the photos taken by the participants on a dorm party in New York University to find out the causes of a major fire.
As the photos shown, the fire was started by a cigarette that felt to the floor while some sexy girls were distracting everybody shaking their boobs and others were making out in the kitchen.
Appear only with underwear, in winter, in a mall might sound crazy but that’s exactly what a hundred people did this Tuesday morning in Lisbon.
The unusual fact is due to the campaign that offered Desigual wear to the brave people who were at 09:00 at the door of the shop at Dolce Vita Tejo, in Lisbon.
Many young people arrived early and stayed in underwear at the store, not even the cold prevented them from waiting, in the expectation to take home the clothes no cost. Some arrived as soon as 1:30 a.m., just to make sure that when the doors opened, they were entitled to this late Christmas gift.
The men in boxers, women with lingerie that included stockings and high heels, all dressed eventually leave the store with the right to choose two pieces, free.
The campaign repeated the initiative done in other cities where the Spanish brand operates, like Barcelona, Madrid and New York in the event known as “undie party”.
Store managers considered that Portuguese responded well to the initiative as by 9.00 a.m., many people who went to the Dolce Vita Tejo no longer made it into the list of the first one hundred, but, according to Beatriz Almeida from brand communication department, they received a voucher with fifty per cent discount on branded products.
Apparently female celebrities fall more often than male when performing live on stage, could it be caused by the high heels and the fancy dresses?
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