Strippers at the Lucky Devil Lounge in Portland, OR haven't stopped dancing since the quarantine set in, and they appear to have no plans of stopping anytime soon.
While entertainment inside the venue has ceased, the owner erected outdoor tents where customers can drive through and sit through a more socially distant strip club experience.
For $30 you can drive through and stay for one or two songs, and if you order food—which they're calling Food to Go-Go—the dancers will bring it out to you. The first 50 customers also got free rolls of toilet paper with their visits.
All the club's employees seem to appreciate the idea, as it allows them to keep earning money, and some residents, including off-duty police officers, rely on it simply because it's one of the few businesses in that area that serves takeout late into the night.
Last month, Lucky Devil started paying their dancers to deliver food in their stripper outfits, calling the service Boober Eats. Uber has since sent them a cease-and-desist, so they just renamed the service Boobers Delivery.
Some say exotic dancing is one of the world's oldest professions, and it's clear why. Ingenuity and nudity just seem to go hand in hand.