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Say what? State lawmaker tries to add age, weight limits for strippers in Louisiana
by Heather Miller
BATON ROUGE, La. (WGNO) – A state representative proposed – then pulled – a measure in the state House Wednesday that would have required strippers in Louisiana to be no older than 28 and weigh no more than 160 pounds.
Associated Press Capitol reporter Melinda Deslatte reported via Twitter that the House was discussing a bill to raise the age minimum for strippers to 21.
During the discussion, state Rep. Kenneth Havard, R-Jackson, proposed an amendment to the bill that would make it against the law for strippers to be older than 28 and weigh no more than 160 pounds.
According to Deslatte, state Rep. Julie Stokes, a Kenner Republican, was outraged by the amendment, telling her colleagues that she’s “never been more repulsed to be a part” of the Legislature.
Havard apparently pulled the amendment from discussion, and the state House unanimously approved the bill to raise the age minimum for strippers to 21. It’s headed to the governor’s desk for his signature.
He said it was a joke, though the amendment was filed and available on the Legislature' website.
We both know it was not a joke, and the good representative sort of revealed his spank bank. One hopes he realizes that strippers can also be men, and maybe he'll get his wish.
I wonder what Mrs. Harvard thought of the whole thing.
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