Tuesday, August 9, 2016

New Jersey public golf course turns into boozy strip joint during charity match (PHOTOS)

The greens at a New Jersey public golf course weren't the only things groomed nice and neat when a charity event sponsored by a local gentlemen's club turned the flag posts into stripper's poles.

New Jersey officials are vowing to crack down on the late July golf event that turned a tax-payer funded course into a strip club, reported NBC's I-team in New York.

The charity event at Preakness Valley Golf Course in Wayne, New Jersey, was billed as a day of golf with donations going to benefit a variety of causes — including the Orlando shooting victims and slain police officers in Dallas. The sponsor — who runs Sunrise Gentlemen’s Club — even offered cops and firefighters a discount on the $195 fee, according to NBC.

But residents and public officials were shocked to see drinks flowing and scantily clad women giving out lap dances.

NBC’s cameras caught one woman — skirt hiked to her waist, shirt pulled down to expose her chest — cavorting around a flag stick as golfers tried to focus on the game.

Hidden cameras also caught lap dances on male golfers as they rode in their carts — with plenty of drinks to go round.

In another video segment, a golfer tries to pull a golf ball out of the cleavage of one of the Sunrise dancers with his mouth — and the same dancer can later be seen touching a participant intimately.

Neighbors told NBC’s I-Team they were disgusted by the lewd display.

“I’m at a loss for words. It’s shameful. Kids are going by. Families are going by. This is on public property,” said one nearby resident.

"We’re going to look at the policies and procedures that are in place," said Passaic County Administrator Anthony De Nova, after viewing undercover I-Team video that captured nudity and raunchy behavior at the Wayne course. “My understanding is that this isn’t the first time that this tournament took place here. But I can say it’s going to be the last time.”

The owner of the Sunrise Gentlemen’s Club in Paterson — closed briefly last year after a prostitution bust — declined to speak to NBC about the event.

And let the putter jokes begin.

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