Parents and residents battling against a planned lap dancing club in Crouch End staged a street protest this week – and told those behind the controversial venture to “Lap Off!”
The newly-formed Lap Off! group of more than 80 campaigners gathered with placards – and some with their children – outside Music Palace in Tottenham Lane, on Tuesday.
Posters with slogans like “No crotch den in Crouch End!” will soon cover Crouch End in a bid to win over more opposition to the venue’s plans.
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You’ve got nothing to fear – Protestors told
THE mother of three who is proposing to open a lap dancing club in Crouch End has promised protesters: “You have nothing to fear.”
The planned venue will be discreet, quiet and harmless to neighbours and passers-by, she says.
Serdal Ziya, 40, who hopes to win a lap dancing licence for The Music Palace in Tottenham Lane, Crouch End, said neighbours campaigning against it were fearful of the unknown and lap dancing’s “sleazy” image.
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