These strippers will deliver food and booze to your front door and give you a lap dance from six feet away
Spicing up your social isolation…
Like many businesses across the globe right now, Bad Girls Productions – a stag and hen do party planner – in San Diego, California has taken a serious blow.
As you can imagine, with weddings being cancelled across the world in response to the spread of COVID-19, it’s no surprise that stag and hen dos have followed suit.
However, in an effort to stay alive during these trying times, Bad Girls Productions has shaken up their offerings by creating a new service that comes with plenty of appeal for those hungry, horny and isolating in San Diego.
Instead of taking centre stage at your stag and hen do, the girls of Bad Girl Productions – all professional strippers, FYI – are now offering a personal shopping service “for those in need of fun and a bite to eat”; a service they’re nicknaming “Boober Eats”.
Bad Girl Liz, owner at Bad Girl Productions said:
“As our industry was pretty badly shaken by this coronavirus pandemic, we had to come up with something to keep our clients happy and help them be as comfortable as one could be in isolation.
“Inspired by our friends in PDX, we are now having a new service that provides professional strippers as personal shoppers for those in need of fun and a bite to eat.”
According to Bad Girls Productions, they want all of San Diego to “#StayHome” right now, so to help keep you there, they’ve created the “Boober Hotline”.
According to the company’s website:
“Consider us your personal shoppers for easy items like: Beer and Chips, Wine and Sausage Tacos, and Tatas Burgers and Babes.”
The unique service costs $99 (£80) per Bad Girl, plus the cost of the goods being delivered. Girls will arrive at the customer’s front door in the company’s “Bad Girl Deliver Outfits” and once the goods have been delivered, they are available for lap dances… from 6ft away.
Unfortunately, Bad Girl Productions will not be delivering toilet rolls at this time. Well, it was getting a little bit too good to be true, wasn’t it?
According to Liz, the company has already processed well over 100 orders.
Is there still time to move to San Diego before the government completely ground us?
Images via Getty and Instagram/@badgirlproductions2