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Atlantic City strip club to donate lap dance revenue for Sandy relief

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Storm damage in Atlantic City, N.J., Oct. 30, 2012. AP Photo/Seth Wenig Storm damage in Atlantic City, N.J., Oct. 30, 2012. AP Photo/Seth Wenig
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A strip club in Atlantic City, which was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy, will donate a portion of lap dance revue to help relief efforts, the Press of Atlantic City reported.

AC Dolls, a full-nude club that doesn't serve alcohol, will earmark $5 from every lap dance beginning Tuesday through the end of the month for the American Red Cross, the owner told the newspaper. He said he expects to raise about $6,000.

AC Dolls is located on Pacific Avenue near Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino.

Sandy slammed dozens of Jersey shore communities last week, causing massive flooding and huge damage. Atlantic City was flooded and its boardwalk suffered some damage, but casinos reopened over the weekend.

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