Portland Strip Bar sends dancers as food delivery couriers to your home
Amid the national crisis, the vast majority of Americans are afraid to leave their homes, but what was meant as a joke has come true and now strippers are coming to clients' houses with an order.
Lucky Devil Lounge, based in Portland, has launched a new food delivery service from its kitchen and called new service "Boober."
"I originally did it at first as a joke," says club owner Shon Boulden to Willamette Week, "and it got 150 shares on Facebook—like nothing we've ever had before. So I was like, 'Well shit, why don't we just try to do this?'"
According to the creator of the idea, this is not just food delivery, it is something more.
"They'll wear pasties and booty shorts, drop off the food, dance for a second and then we'll move along," Boulden says. "We'll still stay a reasonable distance back. They have Lysol as well."
In addition to genuine emotions, any customer will be able to take several photos of such an unusual service. Delivery dancers also have bodyguards that protect them from overexcited clients and physical contacts.
"We are currently working on options to keep our kitchen open for to-go orders during the day. Thank you everyone for your continued support through these difficult times. We will be back with the boobies soon! -Devils Point and Lucky Devil Lounge," Facebook post says.
Now the service is gaining momentum, hundreds of orders are being delivered and hundreds of customers are satisfied, while observing all the precautions in connection with the coronavirus.
"We're getting orders right now from Vancouver to Tigard," Boulden says, according to Willamette Week. "It's pretty crazy. We've got a whole team of people ready to deliver food and some cheer."