Hustler Club Offers Free Lap Dances amid MGM Cyberattack Fallout


In the wake of the regrettable cyberattack that disrupted MGM Resorts’ 12 Las Vegas properties last week, tourists—who were already under stress—were offered an unusual solution to their mounting anxiety. Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club extended a unique offer of free lap dances to any individuals aged 21 and over who could exhibit proof of an MGM reservation commencing from Sunday, Sept. 10.

The professional exotic dancers of the Hustler Club pledged their support and understanding to Las Vegas visitors disconcerted by the unanticipated MGM cyberattack. While some argue that a calming shiatsu massage might be a more suitable antidote to the aggravation of extended wait times for hotel check-ins, any free offer in the lavish city of Las Vegas is worth contemplating.

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Brittany Rose, the general manager of the Hustler Club, presented her sympathy towards the employees and tourists impacted by this unfortunate incident, as she spoke to TMZ. With their roots in the hospitality industry, the Hustler Club took it upon themselves to try and enhance the guest experience during such a trying time in Las Vegas, in hopes of reducing the stress of the diligent employees managing the situation.

Besides the free lap dances, the Hustler Club proposed further generous offers like costless airport pickup, luggage storage for individuals suffering from check-in delays, and a complimentary platinum VIP membership valued at $1200. The generous offer is scheduled to conclude on Sunday.

The unfortunate incident in Vegas was a result of MGM falling victim to a ransomware attack on Sunday, Sept. 10. The resulting cyberattack resulted in MGM’s websites being brought offline and caused disruptions in gaming and resort operations at major MGM establishments like the MGM Grand, Bellagio, Aria, and others.

Based on multiple reports, the cyberattack had widespread repercussions. Gaming machines, sports betting kiosks, and ATM and reward card machines were mostly brought offline for a minimum of three days. Causing further distress, digitally-issued room keys were made nonoperational, leading to lengthy and exasperating wait lines at front desks.

This isn’t the first time the Hustler Club has extended a helping hand to tourists in distress. During the 2022 holiday season, they made a comparable offer to tourists experiencing inconvenience due to the hundreds of flights being canceled or delayed at Harry Reid International Airport.