Typically, nursing home entertainment consists of bingo or maybe a movie featuring Humphrey Bogart. The staff at one Long Island home has a very different idea of fun, however, and their odd decision may soon land them in court.
According to TMZ, Frank Youngblood of East Neck, NY is suing an area nursing home after seeing a photo of his 85-year-old mother receiving a lap dance from a male stripper. The photo was reportedly on display in the home's common area as an indication of the sort of "fun" enjoyed by the elderly and infirm residents.
Youngblood says his mother suffers from Alzheimer's and advanced dementia and would have moved away from the stripper were it not for the fact that she's confined to a wheelchair.
Youngblood claims he later learned that this was not the first time the staff coordinated such an "entertainment night" and he claims the dollar bills his mother unwillingly stuffed in the stripper's underwear were from her personal account.
A sad story, indeed, but hopefully Youngblood's lawsuit won't ruin this sort of entertainment for seniors who actually enjoy it.
We're sure there are many out there who feel you're never too old for a lap dance and if the Justin Bieber stripper scandal taught us anything, it's that young and old alike can enjoy finding creative placed to stuff dollar bills.