Male strippers performing at event for Bexley mayor's charities

Male strippers performing at Mayor of Bexley's charity event

Male strippers performing at Mayor of Bexley's charity event

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Male stripper group The Adonis Cabaret Show has been booked to perform at an event raising money for the Mayor of Bexley's charities.

The event is sold out and at least 80 people are believed to be attending the event at The Charlotte in Station Road, Crayford, starting from 7.30pm till 1am.

The pub is owned by Bexley's deputy mayor Councillor Geraldene Lucia-Hennis who confirmed the event was taking place.

The event is being held to raise money for the Mayor of Bexley's good causes.

Do you think its appropriate to have a strip show raising money for mayor's charities?

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3:07pm Fri 21 Mar 14

goldenbroomboy says...

What else do you expect from chavs?
What else do you expect from chavs? goldenbroomboy
  • Score: -11

3:20pm Fri 21 Mar 14

concerned.erith says...

sorry but this is not the sort of thing I would expect from the mayor of Bexley - DISGUSTING
sorry but this is not the sort of thing I would expect from the mayor of Bexley - DISGUSTING concerned.erith
  • Score: -13

9:13am Sat 22 Mar 14

Diamond2011 says...

I went and thought it was a brilliant night! I don't think it matters how money is raised for a charity, the people in need who are going to benefit from the money is not going to question it, they are just going to be grateful for all those who donated last night. People need to be less stuffy and look at the bigger picture. ALOT of money was raised and ALOT of people will benefit! Well done to the Charlotte for a modern way of raising money for charity and for a great night!
I went and thought it was a brilliant night! I don't think it matters how money is raised for a charity, the people in need who are going to benefit from the money is not going to question it, they are just going to be grateful for all those who donated last night. People need to be less stuffy and look at the bigger picture. ALOT of money was raised and ALOT of people will benefit! Well done to the Charlotte for a modern way of raising money for charity and for a great night! Diamond2011
  • Score: -4

9:03pm Sat 22 Mar 14

Kazzam84 says...

I attended last night and had a ball, I believe any event that gets people to dig deep is a good thing. It's nothing to do with being chavs it's about supporting a good cause, all consenting adults having fun whilst raising money, I for one can't wait until the next event xx
I attended last night and had a ball, I believe any event that gets people to dig deep is a good thing. It's nothing to do with being chavs it's about supporting a good cause, all consenting adults having fun whilst raising money, I for one can't wait until the next event xx Kazzam84
  • Score: -6

12:37pm Sun 23 Mar 14

white rabbit9 says...

Kazzam84 wrote:
I attended last night and had a ball, I believe any event that gets people to dig deep is a good thing. It's nothing to do with being chavs it's about supporting a good cause, all consenting adults having fun whilst raising money, I for one can't wait until the next event xx
You had a ball? I don't think I wanna know. Charity by the way are corporate run which means that the money raised actually goes to adminstration cost's. So about 10% of money raised goes to charity. CHARITIES ARE BUSINESS, someone has to sort out admin.
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME!! I got food delievered to my house because I refused to give to charity. That's how messed up these collectors are.
[quote][p][bold]Kazzam84[/bold] wrote: I attended last night and had a ball, I believe any event that gets people to dig deep is a good thing. It's nothing to do with being chavs it's about supporting a good cause, all consenting adults having fun whilst raising money, I for one can't wait until the next event xx[/p][/quote]You had a ball? I don't think I wanna know. Charity by the way are corporate run which means that the money raised actually goes to adminstration cost's. So about 10% of money raised goes to charity. CHARITIES ARE BUSINESS, someone has to sort out admin. CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME!! I got food delievered to my house because I refused to give to charity. That's how messed up these collectors are. white rabbit9
  • Score: 11

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