A Fa­ther’s Day to re­mem­ber!

Lesotho Times - - Weekender - Mo­halenyane Phakela

THERE are lots of presents you could have be­stowed upon your dad for Fa­ther’s Day. Most gifts, how­ever, would have been easily mis­placed or for­got­ten. But a strip show would cer­tainly leave a last­ing mem­ory.

At least that was ho­tel group Sun In­ter­na­tional Le­sotho’s idea in host­ing a strip show on Satur­day at Le­sotho Sun Ho­tel.

Dubbed “Men’s Night Out With John­nie Walker”, it fol­lowed in the heels of a sim­i­lar show spe­cially de­signed for the ladies on 9 May 2015. The ladies were treated to the an­tics of Pulse Dancers, a Johannesburg-based troupe of­ten re­ferred to as the Chip­pen­dales of Africa.

This time around, it was the men’s turn with a co­terie of fe­male strip­pers, called Pulse Girls ( pic­tures left be­low), ea­ger to please a hall full of ex­pec­tant rev­ellers of all ages.

The frisky girls en­gaged the au­di­ence to get them warmed up for their act and once the show was in full swing, they peeled off to the barest min­i­mum.

But then, what hap­pened at Le­sotho Sun Ho­tel stays at Le­sotho Sun Ho­tel, and as promised, they en­forced their strict media pol­icy to guar­an­tee the pri­vacy of their guests.

Jour­nal­ists were only al­lowed to take a few pic­tures of the girls while they were still on stage and not when they were in­ter­act­ing with the au­di­ence.

In a pre­vi­ous in­ter­view, Sun In­ter­na­tional Mar­ket­ing Man­ager Re­filoe Mohlot­sane said the ho­tel group was mulling hold­ing the strip shows on a quar­terly ba­sis based on the re­sponse they would have re­ceived. If the glee the faces of rev­ellers at the strip show is any­thing to go by, there is no doubt more such events are in the off­ing.

PULSE Girls in ac­tion.

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