Image: Strip club job seekers
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Karen Bradner, right, waits with other job seekers to be interviewed at a job fair at the Foxy Lady Gentleman's Club in Providence, R.I., on Saturday. Bradner, who was applying for an office job, has been looking for employment for a year.
updated 3/22/2009 12:18:44 AM ET 2009-03-22T04:18:44

Scores of people have applied to work at a Rhode Island strip club — but the vast majority don't want to show any leg to get the job.

More than 150 people turned out for Foxy Lady's job fair Saturday, The Province Town Journal reported. The club was seeking to fill about 35 positions for dancers, masseuses, bartenders and bouncers.

But the vast majority of seekers were men looking to work at the door — and most of the women said they were looking for work that didn't involve taking their clothes off.

Foxy Lady co-owner Tom Tsoumas says a recent promotion to cut prices has helped the club regain business lost due to the bad economy, forcing it to hire more employees.

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