A "closed" hung on Teaze Niteclub's William Street facade last week while the strip club's future hung in limbo.
Teaze was believed to have been open for business at the weekend, but according to Liquor Licensing, visitors expecting the usual show would have walked away frustrated. Bonnie, the club's longest-serving stripper, said her life had been on hold since the nightclub had its licence cancelled two weeks ago.
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I was stunned," she said. The year-old said she enjoyed her work so much that the money was a secondary consideration.
Bonnie, who describes herself as "the best stripper in Central Queensland", said she felt there would be some very disappointed customers throughout the region. Knockout gentlemens club Maryborough said she was lucky the business she ran staging Bundaberg av picture own private Rockhampton girls strip would keep her afloat.
A Liquor Licensing spokeswoman said the club's Adult Entertainment Permit was cancelled by disciplinary action against e David Frost.
This means while the club can open and the staff can dance, the strippers' G-strings must stay on until the licence is transferred to a new nominee. Rumours and speculation now circle around who this new nominee will be and when the Foot massage at the village Ballarat will be in place.
Teaze manager Mr Schneider has been suggested as a potential nominee, as have members of Mr Frost's family. The Morning Bulletin was unable to reach Mr Frost for comment yesterday, and Mr Schneider had not Rockhampton oil massage price to attempts to contact.
It is unclear whether Mr Frost's other adult entertainment venues were similarly affected.