Pole Dancing

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A sensual form of exotic dancing which is performed around a fixed vertical pole. Pole dancing is a legitimate form of exercise and can be used for aerobic and anaerobic workouts
Injuries Falls, concussions, paralysis
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Enquiries revealed she was working as a self employed pole dancer at The Platinum Lounge in Chester.
The movement started in Bristol five years ago, when a group of pole dancers started to meet for regular "jams", which involved sharing moves outside.
Computer checks found the three men in the car were well-known to police in the Midlands, but confirmed that the glamorous pole dancer had no criminal record.
Chloe, 20, said: "He's always very supportive in whatever I do - if I said I wanted to become a pole dancer he'd say "OK, if that makes you happy'.
Sarah Burge, 50, who owns a sex club where pole dancers perform, sees nothing wrong in her daughter pole dancing, but parenting experts and child abuse campaigners have warned she is sexualising Poppy far too young.
A FORMER police officer who slept with a pole dancer while on duty was jailed today for four years.
A pole dancer claimed a world record as she led more than 300 men and women in a simultaneous display across seven countries.
The man then look at the unattached drain pipe and joked to Aileen: "You must be a pole dancer.
THE Ministry of Defence was at the centre of a row yesterday over a grant to a departing servicewoman to train as a pole dancer.
The shocking gym equipment allows keep-fit fans to pummel the silhouetted figure of a female pole dancer.
Well, think about it - you'd have been a Pole dancer.
If there is a case to answer it is not that she decided to become a pole dancer, but that she should not be expected - as our students are - to have to pay back all or part of the cost once she secured a highly-paid job