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World Returns To Normalcy As Rick’s Cabaret Lifts Giants TV Ban

The first thing I said to my fellow Giants constituents after last night’s long awaited first win of the season was “finally I can proceed with my life.” Today is honestly one of the best days I’ve ever known, and all is right in the world given that Rick’s Cabaret, a New York strip club has lifted its ban on Giants games being televised in house.

After dropping to 0-5 on the season, Rick’s claimed that the Giants just depressed customers, and was bad for business.

giants-strip-club-ban-7Busted Coverage reports:

The NY Giants will be back on the High-Def TVs and big screens at Rick’s Cabaret New York, the popular gentlemen’s club in midtown Manhattan that features over 100 topless exotic dancers performing daily.

“It was upsetting to watch the Giants lose every week, and that’s why we stopped showing their games,” explained Rick’s Cabaret Girl Monica. “But now they’ve won their first game and we will put them back on our TVs.”

Rick’s Cabaret Girl Leanne purred, ”I can’t take credit for the Giants first win, but I think the girls and I provided a little extra motivation to the team. Now they can say goodbye to losing and start winning.”

“Eli Manning and the Giants are out of the doghouse,” said Rick’s Cabaret Girl Vida. “We’ve always loved Eli and we think he has turned things around.”

Rick’s Cabaret Girl Valerie had a different opinion. “The Giants only won because Minnesota is so so so bad. I’m a Jets fan, and Geno Smith is the man!”

We’re still waiting on the Tom Coughlin press conference regarding the breaking news.

This isn’t the first time that Rick’s Cabaret has dabbled in sports news either.  Anyone remember Spud Webb launching his coaching career in Rick’s Cabaret basketball league?  You can read about it HERE.
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