Parents Of The Year Provide Strippers For Their Son’s Sweet 16

Parents Of The Year Provide Strippers For Their Son’s Sweet 16
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The race for Parents of the Year looks like it has been won, as a lucky sixteen-year-old boy’s parents decided to hire strippers for his Sweet 16, with one scantily-clad dancer giving him a lap dance.

It happened in upstate New York at the Spare Time bowling alley in South Glens Falls.

The parents of the year provided their son with a stripper, who wrapped her legs tightly around his face during a lap dance, as seen in a photo uploaded on Facebook.

The strippers were the cherry on top of the sundae at the surprise party that boasted the teen and his closest male and female friends.

The parents of the guests were not too fond of what happened when they found out.

A person claiming to be the mother of a 15-year-old who attended the party, sent a letter to The Post-Star, anonymously, saying she was shocked when her son told her about the lap dances given to teens.

“Obviously we’re very concerned about this kind of conduct if it happened the way we believe it happened,” said Jim Murphy, Saratoga County District Attorney.

“I can’t imagine that a parent would participate in the arrangement of that, but yes, if a parent was involved in the arrangement of this, strippers at a 16-year-old birthday party, then potentially he or she could be charged with endangering the welfare of a child,” Murphy said.

The D.A. says it appears the party was in a private room at the bowling alley. And if it’s true, and Spare Time allowed it to happen, they could be in trouble with the State Liquor Authority.

The D.A. says the strippers could face charges for having sexual contact with minors.

I guess the parents of the other kids were just upset their chances of being parents of the year were thwarted by this remarkable gesture.

Stephen Willard | Elite.

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