Strippers brawl over $1 tip

JUNEAU, Wis. — Two dancers at an exotic club in Juneau have been cited after they allegedly brawled over a dollar bill.

The Reporter newspaper of Fond du Lac reports one of the women is pregnant.

Dodge County deputies say they were called to Silk Exotic last week to break up a fight. They say it started when a customer tried to give a dollar to one of the dancers but the other dancer took it.

The sheriff’s report says both women began to brawl. They tussled on the floor, punching, slapping and pulling each other’s hair. Other dancers and customers separated the two.

Both women were cited for disorderly conduct.

Information from: The Reporter, http://www.fdlreporter.com

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