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Las Vegas strip club offers military members FREE lap dances for Veterans Day | Daily Mail Online
Las Vegas strip club offers military members FREE lap dances for Veterans Day | Daily Mail Online

An infamous Las Vegas strip club is offering free lap dances for all military members on Veterans Day.

The Crazy Horse III is expressing its gratitude by laying on the free service for all those in active duty, as well as those who have previously served.

The deal comes into effect from noon until 6pm on November 11, the date when the country officially honors the sacrifice of all military personnel.

It means those looking to take advantage of the deal can receive a topless dance, which normally costs $20, for free.

Veterans Day has been celebrated since 1919, with President Woodrow Wilson designating the day as one to be ‘filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory’.

Crazy Horse III in Las Vegas is offering free lap dances to all military members to commemorate 

The Russel Road nightspot is also offering free entry for Nevada residents on the federal holiday

But today the holiday commemorates the service of all military members, not just those who died.

The gentleman’s club is also offering deals for civilians on the federal holiday, TMZ reports.

Anyone with a Nevada ID aged 21 and over will be granted free entry to the 50,000 square foot club.

Located ‘steps’ from the Las Vegas Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium, Crazy Horse III says it ‘sets the standard for excellence’ and claims to be frequented by ‘celebrities, professional athletes and locals alike’.

The establishment has won several awards, including Best Gentlemen’s Club and Best Bachelor Party venue.

It is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and boasts four bars, six stages and several private suites. 

The gentleman’s club made headlines last year after it became one of the first to accept bitcoin in exchange for dances.

The topless nightspot on Russell Road is also due to feature in an upcoming series on Paramount+, as a variation on the ‘Real Housewives’ franchise which will focus on the dancers’ lives.

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