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|24-03-2008, 12:06 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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Son hires stripper for dad's funeral
A MAN hired a stripper to perform at the funeral of his father - who happened to have a fondness for gentlemen's clubs, according to reports from Taiwan.
Son hires stripper for dad's funeral | NEWS.com.au
Taiwanese newspaper the United Daily News reported that Cai Jinlai had been promised a stripper for his funeral if he lived to 100.
Jinlai was 103 when he died – reportedly leaving behind more than 100 “descendants”. [...fokking hell - good effort mate ]
He had died after walking about 5km to a town in Taichung County to vote in an election in the Taichung.
His son, Cai Ruigong, told the newspaper that he had paid more than $170 for the stripper to dance around the coffin at the funeral.
“He would travel around the island with his friends to see these (strip) shows,” Mr Ruigong said.
According to reports, the exotic dancer performance at the funeral lasted 10 minutes.
Nice one! I wonder if he got a stiffie?
Maybe it would have been easier to put him in a taxi round to the strip club and then wheel him in. The girls in Suzie Wongs wouldn't notice anything unusual - with some of the other zombies you see parked on the stools.
|25-03-2008, 10:38 AM||#5 (permalink)|
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