To be fair, if I charged $7,400 in lap dances at Tattletales in Bath, I’d probably deny it, too.
But, just to my girlfriend, not to the credit card company. I mean, they are sticklers about… purchases and stuff.
A Lehigh County man ran up a big tab on his credit card at a gentleman’s club, then denied the charges when the bill came, police said
According to Colonial Regional Police, 54-year-old Robert L. Tostevin, Jr., of Allentown, went to Tattletales North at 104 E. Main Street in Bath, Northampton Co. from July 16-17, 2012.
He spent $7,400 on private exotic dances, and put the charges on his credit card, police said.
Later, he filed a report with his credit card company, saying he only made a $100 purchase during that time, and that the other purchases on the card were fraudulent, police said.
The credit card company credited his bill for the charges.
Management and employees at Tattletales North told police that Tostevin Jr. did in fact purchase $7,400 worth of dances on his credit card and none of those charges were made by anyone else, nor were they fraudulent.SOURCE: WFMZ.com
Doesn’t charging the lap dance just make it so much less… personal? I mean, throw some dirty $20s at her, it will keep the mood right where it should be: sad.
If you have to stop her to pull out your MasterCard before she pulls out your ma… ok, I’m just not even going to do that one…
In any event, the moral of the story here is that when you go to a strip club, you should only bring with you the amount of money you’re willing to part with.
Besides, you don’t want to stick your card in one of the ATMs there. EVERYBODY’S stuck their cards in those ATMs.
Sometimes even after ATM.