You think a late-night Jack in the Box makes the Richmond District so nefarious, try adding a mobile stripper truck to the mix.
It appears the Larry Flynt's Hustler Club employee who drives the club's mobile strippers around town does sleep -- in the Richmond District. Or at least that's where he's parking the titillating truck overnight. According to CBS, the employee has been leaving this truck pictured above at the corner of 37th Avenue and Balboa, which is apparently too close to home for some neighbors.
Of course, Supervisor Eric Mar, who is a total killjoy, already managed to have the truck towed for expired tags. And if that doesn't send the message, he's already working on some legislation to ensure this kind of sex object stays out of his district.
"If you look inside there's a pole so some women can dance around it, as
this thing drives around the street," Mar observed. "We don't want this truck in our neighborhood."
Speak for yourself. CBS did its own polling of neighbors in the area, and sure, reporters found some who were a little concerned that this truck was parked near a local library. But they also found plenty who agree with this guy: "I don't think it's especially lewd," one older gentleman told CBS.
And this guy: "I think there's more important things going on in the world than worrying about a vehicle like this."
Yeah, like how many calories are in a Happy Meal.
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