Strip clubs are having a blast in the Ukraine, despite the ongoing war with Russia.
Locals are flocking to the X-rated venues in their droves, many for light relief amid the horrors of the conflict.
Among those who are open for business and have been since Russian soldiers swept in in February is Princess Mens Club in Kyiv.
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It is open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 3pm until 9pm.
A spokesperson said: “Princess Men’s Club will open you the door to the world of real pleasure. Rest assured, we will not disappoint you.”
One customer Emir Hekimzade said: “Is there a war?” Another Sasha Nazarov added: “Visited this club, I was pleased.
“As for me, everything is perfect: interior, menu, the whole team is nice, girls are just super. If anyone wants to relax and enjoy some women’s dancing, Princess Men’s Club is the place to go.
“Thank you for a nice experience. Would recommend it to everyone.”
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A third – called Lionel – said: “Now I need a plane to come again to Kyiv.”
The club offers private dances and topless shows at the table.
Men’s Club 007 – is also open in the capital every day from 5pm until 9pm. A spokesperson said: “Our girls are the hottest. Come and see for yourself, it is the best place to spend the weekend.”
Customer Sam Kalel quipped: “I think the reason for the war in Ukraine is your beautiful cats.”
Clients can pay £17 to eat fruit of the dancer’s tummy, or for £70 enjoy the four-girl ‘Oligarch show..
Outside the capital, White Rabbit is open in Lyiv.
A spokesperson said: “We are sure that a private dance in the evening relieves fatigue. And gives a charge of positive energy for the whole next day.”
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