If you're a public golf course, especially one that borders a suburban residential neighborhood, it's probably a bad idea to let a strip club hold their annual golf outing at your facility.
There's a 100 percent chance of nudity, a lot of alcohol consumption and maybe even the kind of stuff that isn't allowed in the champagne room. So, it's not a surprise, then, that neighbors of White Pines Golf Club in Bensenville, Ill., weren't too happy when the Pink Monkey strip club had their fourth annual golf tournament at the club. Neighbors told CBS Chicago that the performers who were in attendance took down their tops, weren't wearing underwear beneath short skirts and generally doing stuff that happens at the club.
Boys were riding by on their bikes, snapping photos of the goings on and ogling the women. Someone at the strip club denied there was any nudity at the outing.
The worst part? Not only is the course owned and operated by the Bensenville Park District, but it's right next to a playground, so little kids could have gotten quite an unexpected show.
The strip club has now been banned from again bringing its event to the course. Then again, these kinds of things are supposed to happen at courses that can't be seen from the street.