Strip club offers Derek Jeter free lap dances for retirement

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Derek Jeter has received a lot of cool retirement gifts celebrating his final season as a New York Yankee

From the Houston Astros, he received a pair of pinstriped cowboy boots, a Stetson hat, and a set of golf clubs; the Chicago White Sox gave him a bench made of baseball bats and balls; and the Cleveland Indians honoured him with a Gibson Les Paul guitar with pinstripes and Jeter's #2, and a LEGO mosaic of his likeness.

That is, until now.

The legendary shortstop is being offered free lap dances from Show Palace strip club on Sept. 7, the day the Yankees are officially honouring their long-time captain, according to The Huffington Post.

But it’s just not Jeter reaping the benefits of a Hall of Fame career, because the strip club in Queens is also giving out free lap dances to any member of the Yankees organization.

Every Yankees employee gets free entry on top of two free lap dances from strippers painted in Yankees pinstripes.


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