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Sunday, 30 March 2014

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San Quentin State Prison is the first in the nation to allow Pole Dancers to perform for the inmates.

MARIN COUNTY, California - A representative for The San Quentin Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation State Prison has just informed the news media of a trial program.

The trial program will be implemented on Saturday, April 19, 2014. The prison rep stated that The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency of Chicago suggested that pole dancers be allowed to entertain the convicts at least once a month.

The ADGA explained that recent research studies that were conducted at three prisons in Lower Zamgola, Africa clearly showed that when pole dancers are brought in to perform, the prisoners respond with joy, happiness, and tremendous gratitude.

It was proven in the African study that when prisoners know that once a month they will get to see some extremely sexy and lasciviously lewd pole dancers they are prone to behave themselves and not cause trouble, for fear of being banned from the erotic performance.

Studies also have shown that one week prior to the sensuously desirable pole dancers performing the number of prisoners trying to escape is zero (0).

SIDENOTE: Other US prisons such as Sing Sing in New York, Huntsville in Texas, Folsom in California, and Leavenworth in Kansas are watching to see how things work out with the San Quentin pole dancers.

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