Strippers and pole dancers should be banned from performing in stretch limousines, according to a British report.
Councillors from the mountainous Welsh county of Gwynedd said many limousine hire companies were providing erotic dancers as entertainment for clients, but agreed in-car striptease was “inappropriate.”
“Lately, stretch limousines have been used more and more,” said the report prepared for the council’s licensing committee.
“Some operators are providing entertainment to clients within the vehicle which may involve inappropriate activities such as lap dancing, giving rise to concerns about indecency.”
The report did not make clear how many companies were offering motorised pole dancing in North Wales.
The report recommended changes to the licensing of limousines, including a blanket ban on striptease, lap dancing, pole dancing and “any other activity or performance of a like kind.”