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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Supervisor Eric Mar Chases Away Local Stripper Truck

Posted By on Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 8:09 AM


Yesterday, we told readers about how Richmond District residents and Supervisor Eric Mar were completely turned off by the lewd mobile stripper truck parked in their neighborhood. It appears the feeling is mutual.

RichmondSF blog tells us that Larry Flynt's Hustler Club mobile truck is equally turned off by San Francisco, and has decided to go where it knows it will be welcome: Las Vegas. 

It seems the driver of the titillating truck got the message that it was persona non grata in the Rchmond neighborhood. Residents had complained to Mar after seeing the strippermobile, equipped with a dancing pole and images of sexy ladies, parked night after night on the corner of 37th Avenue and Balboa.

Mar had the truck towed for expired tags, but that didn't really work; the truck continued parking around other parts of this quiet hamlet. Mar then made some comments to the press that he would pursue legislation if he had to -- anything to get the vehicle out of his district.

But luckily, Mar won't have to waste any precious government time legislating away stripper trucks. Mar called up a neighborhood blog yesterday afternoon, explaining that he "spoke with the manager of the Hustler Club, who indicated the truck has

returned to Las Vegas and won't be parking on S.F. streets anymore.

"If I

had to do legislation, I would have," Mar said. "But working with the

police and residents has successfully resolved this issue."

Now, Mar can get back to more important things, like stripping Happy Meals from the hands of local children.

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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