UK govt gives funds to strip clubs to hire teen girls
The British government has been offering financial incentives to strip clubs and other adult entertainment venues, which are employing teenage workers.
According to a UK site, under the umbrella of a wider scheme to boost employment, the Department for Work and Pensions gives 2275 pounds to adult establishments, which provide full-time jobs like bartending or reception roles to workers in the age group of 18-24, News.com.au reported.
As long as the employees are neither "performing", nor undertaking in acts with a "sexual purpose", the establishments are eligible for payments.
Lesser payments are also available to businesses, which hire part-time workers.
(Posted on 17-02-2014)