Funnily enough i do not see anything wrong with this ......however ........ i am not an ambassador for the human race .....i am probably down the scale somewhere in lower life imebas .....which is fine by me .....and thus .........i am not offended by things like this .........i am always up for girls in bikinis always .......and mean always!!!!!!!!!! .........so i am okay with this ......i would not expect anything less from california .....anyways .......is that not normality
Playing with fire! Stripper in bikini gets out of firetruck and walks into strip club in San Jose - as mayor says 'heads must roll'
- A video posted online Thursday appeared to show a woman clad only in a bikini and platform stilettos exiting a San Jose firetruck and walking into a strip club
- The fire department opened an investigation into the incident on Friday and the mayor said 'heads must roll' if the 'frat party bus' incident is as bad as it looks
- The Pink Poodle, a 60-year-old San Jose establishment, boasts it is the city's only all-nude strip club
- If you think you may know the identify of the bikini-clad woman exiting the firetruck please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A video of a bikini-clad woman exiting a firetruck and strutting into a strip club in San Jose, California is raising alarm bells in the mayor's office.
'We cannot have a life-critical emergency rescue apparatus relegated to a frat party bus,' said San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on Friday after the video surfaced.
A video posted to an account called San Jose Foos on Thursday showed a firetruck parked in front of local strip joint The Pink Poodle.
After a few moments the truck's door swings open and a brunette woman wearing a string bikini, platform stilettos and nothing else hops out and struts into the club.
The Pink Poodle's website boasts that it is 'San Jose's only all-nude strip club,' though it is unconfirmed whether the unidentified female works there.
An investigation by the San Jose Fire Department was launched Friday after the 'concerning' video gained traction.
'An investigation has been initiated to determine facts surrounding the video,' said San Jose Fire Chief Robert Sapien, Jr.
'If findings of an internal investigation reveal inappropriate behavior of any Department members, appropriate steps will be taken to address the matter,' he said.
A Friday release from the city's fire department read, 'It is the goal of the department to serve the community with courtesy and service. As such, it takes all feedback regarding the conduct of its employees seriously.'
It continued, 'All City of San José employees are expected to adhere to the Code of Ethics Policy they have agreed to as a condition of their employment.'
The video, originally posted by a private account, showed a fire truck with lights flashing and a marking that says 'E4' stopped after dark in front of the club on South Bascom Avenue.
Commenters on Instagram recorded a buffet of emotional reactions to video, including one user who wrote: 'Every wife of SJFD calling their mans rn (right now) to ask where he's at.'
'She was warming up on the poles at the station,' wrote another,
'Fire man had a shift on his birthday and the boys handled it,' wrote the owner of an account with the handle @chronicrhythm.
A user by the name of vybehitz, simply wrote, 'respect.'
The Pink Poodle has been in business in San Jose since 1963, according to its website. The club did not respond to a call from The Daily Mail.