Friday, September 08, 2006

This Is Why Accountants Shouldn't Get Lapdances

Santa Barbara, CA

Okay, this isn't in L.A., and it doesn't look like it's a crime, but it has strippers and death, so it's good enough for me.

San Francisco accountant, David Klotz, 26, died at the Spearmint Rhino strip club in Santa Barbara after contesting the bill for a 70-minute lapdance.

When police arrived they found him wheezing and called paramedics. He died at Cottage Hospital.

Our choices are:

A) Mortal Man was not meant to endure over an hour of such sublime ecstasy from the talented and tattooed Miss Boom-Boom.

B) The ex-Dallas Cowboys, linebacker bouncer, faced with a mid-twenties Jewish accountant from the Bay Area, breathed in, sucking all of the air out of Mr. Klotz's lungs, causing inevitable collapse.

C) He died of shock from the $960.00 bill.

I'm going with C.

4 comments:

Steve Allan said...

"Mortal Man was not meant to endure over an hour of such sublime ecstasy from the talented and tattooed Miss Boom-Boom"

Yes, but I'm willing to give it a try.

Elizabeth said...

Thus posing the question: How on earth did the man have the presence of mind to consider arguing about the bill after a 70-minute lapdance?

Anonymous said...

Check out www.independent.com for the real story!

Anonymous said...

show some compassion. read the story before you make stupid disrespectful comments. a lapdance and a bill does not justify killing someone, and it doesnt take 700 pounds to restrain one man. there was obviously a crime committed here. read the santa barbara independent.