Hey ladies, have you ever spent any time as a strip club? Actually, gentleman, you can feel free to answer this next question too. What would you say your favorite part of the strip club experience is? The naked breasts? The thumping club music and late-’80s hair metal? The overpriced champagne? For Kirsten Dunst, who appears in the new movie “Bachelorette,” the best part of hanging out at Scores was … the food? Describing it as “damn good,” Dunst also told Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show,” “We had sushi, we had lamb chops. One of the guys in our movie, Kyle, was, like, ‘These are some of the best lamb chops I’ve ever had.’” You know, Scores is a pretty high-end establishment, so maybe the food isn’t the typical buffet fare of most strip clubs. But I’ll just take her word for it rather than finding out for myself. Clips of Kirsten’s full appearance on “The Tonight Show” are above!
Insert your favorite pussy joke here: A guy in — where else? — Florida, was arrested after he tried to take his kitten into a strip club and was denied entry. Everett Lages was arrested after he repeatedly called 911 after being told he had to leave the premises. Lages apparently expected that the cops would do something, but instead, they charged him with misuse of the 911 system, disorderly intoxication, trespassing after warning and resisting arrest without violence.
Can’t a man bring his kitten into a strip club? Too much competition for the strippers? [Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office]
Charlie Sheen Problems: the actor is pissy that a stripper joint called Cheetahs bequeathed his name upon their VIP room, in which guests can eat sushi off nearly-naked women for $250 a pop. An outraged Sheen has threatened to sue the New York City “gentleman’s club” for — get this — damaging his reputation by bedecking the VIP room with grinning pictures of his face. Although the Charlie Sheen room has been party central for a year, Sheen’s lawyers just recently fired off a cease-and-desist letter claiming they used his name without his permission. The club’s owners relented, but not without rolling their eyes. Asked the owner, “How could sushi damage Charlie Sheen’s reputation?” Truer words have never been spoken. [NY Post]