Strip Club in Vegas Offers Free Cyberattack Lap Dances
Posted on: September 16, 2023, 02:43h.
Last updated on: September 16, 2023, 02:43h.
Tourists stressed out by the cyberattack at MGM Resorts’ 12 Las Vegas properties last week now have a unique option to de-stress. If they’re still in town, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club is offering free lap dances to anyone 21 and over who presents proof of an MGM reservation from Sunday, Sept. 10 onward.
Frankly, a shiatsu massage seems a better prescription for having to wait hours to check in and out of a hotel. However, if anything in Vegas is still offered for free these days, it’s an offer worth considering.
“Our hearts go out to both the employees as well as the tourists who have been affected by this devastating event,” Brittany Rose, the Hustler Club’s general manager, told TMZ. “As members of the hospitality industry, we decided to do our part to help improve the guest experience during their visit to Las Vegas, which will in turn alleviate the stress of the employees who are so diligently handling the situation.”
The Hustler Club is also throwing in free airport pickup, luggage storage for those experiencing check-in delays, and complimentary $1,200 platinum VIP membership,
The offer ends Sunday.
What Happened in Vegas
MGM was hit with a ransomware attack sometime on Sunday, Sept. 10. The incident took MGM’s websites offline and disrupted gaming and resort operations at the MGM Grand, Bellagio, Aria, Cosmopolitan, Park MGM, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, Excalibur, New York-New York, NoMad, Delano, and Vdara.
According to reports, the attack affected all gaming machines, sports betting kiosks, and ATM and rewards cards machines, taking most offline for at least three days. In addition, previously issued digital room keys were rendered nonoperational, causing long and frustrating lines at front desks.
During the 2022 holiday season, Hustler made a similar offer to tourists inconvenienced by the hundreds of canceled or delayed flights at Harry Reid International Airport.