A Las Vegas strip club is offering discounts and free rides to stranded airport passengers
During the widespread travel delays, a strip club in Las Vegas came up with an original way to entertain the stranded guests.
Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club has taken to social media to announce free shuttle service to and from the Las Vegas airport as well as special discounts for anyone who have “fallen victim to holiday travel delays.”
The adult entertainment club made the announcement on social media, promising anybody affected by the travel nightmares free entry and a free drink. Just show the strip club employees your cancelled aeroplane ticket and you’ll be good to go.
As a result of the winter weather and problems with one airline’s website, flights across the country have been cancelled, prompting this deal.
According to flight-tracking service FlightAware, on Monday, Southwest Airlines had to cancel 2,900 flights, drawing widespread attention. On Monday, Doug, one of the stranded passengers at LAX told that Southwest “wiped out any opportunity to make a reservation until January 1.”
The Southwest Airlines website now shows no flights going from or arriving at LAX from airports like Sea-Tac (SEA), Phoenix (PHX), New York (LGA), and San Francisco (SFO) until December 31.
Los Angeles was not immune to the nationwide travel nightmare, despite the beautiful weather and pleasant temps. On Monday, over a hundred flights were cancelled at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), sixty at Long Beach Airport, eighty at Hollywood Burbank Airport, fifty at Ontario International Airport, and one hundred at John Wayne Airport.