aldo-vallon - August 28, 2017
Is that bra considered formal attire or would it be casual? Is something like that actually covered under a bar's dress code? I find it hard to believe that any doorman would enforce a no shirt, no shoes, no service policy in a situation like this. And technically speaking, all the bits that need to be covered legally are, so I do not see why it would be an issue. Shouldn't they be trying to encourage that sort of thing anyway? It would be a surefire way to bring in more business, even if they are of the pervy variety. I guess it could be a bit of a slippery slope. If a bar gets too many topless women then it basically just becomes a lamer version of a strip club, but maybe it would have better food. I have never taken the chance on eating strip club food, but I have heard mixed things and the rate of food poisoning is surprisingly low. It is probably one more area where seafood would be advised against. One can only dance with the devil so many times before it catches up with you.
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