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Strip and swim: adults-only pool in Vegas

January 8, 2013, 9:57 amYahoo!7

Forgetting your swimmers on a Vegas holiday this year will no longer be a problem.

Strip and swim: only in Vegas
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Forgetting your swimmers on a Vegas holiday this year will no longer be a problem.

The Sapphire strip club, dubbed one of the largest in the world, has announced plans to develop an adults-only pool next to the club, reports USA Today.

Credit: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino


The US$3.5 million Sapphire Pool & Day Club is due to open this American spring, jumping in on the Vegas party-pool scene.

Sapphire’s strip club dancers are expected to inject a bit of extra ‘sexiness’ to the party pool experience; however ladies be warned: if you’re planning to rip your top off, you must wear nipple covers, the Las Vegas Advisor said.

In its press release, Sapphire said the day club will be "a multilevel, state-of-the-art, three-tier pool utopia that can comfortably accommodate over 700 sun-worshiping party goers. Some of the features and amenities include men's and women's locker rooms with rich, natural woods, Italian tiles, plush fabrics and quality finishes that will pamper each guest with privileged comfort; two hot tubs, VIP cabanas, day beds, lounge chairs, DJ booth, entertainment platform, pool concierge and a retail area displaying a full line of clothing."

What do you think - are adults-only pool parties something to export to Australia?

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  1. Russell Hayden12:10pm Thursday 10th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    It will be a horrible soup mix to be swimming in. Who will be the father? Who will be the mother? Who will catch what from whom? Will chlorine alone kill most of the germs? The thought of all of that in a small pool is enough to make you vomit sperm, lol, :)))..........YUCK!!!

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  2. Russell Hayden12:01pm Thursday 10th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Id rather go to the river and swim FULLY nude with no nipple covers. If someone else comes along, I make it known that Im nude. If they dont like it, they can leave, if they dont mind they can stay, but no one ever asks me to cover up. Sometimes it gets the better of some people and they strip as well. Some are just ordinary people, old and young and some are absolute angels, bloody gorgeous. Join us, :)))

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  3. Russell Hayden11:56am Thursday 10th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    The Yanks are as prudish as the bloody Arabs. Next they will be charging rape victims for putting themselves in harms way, yet anyone (idiot) can have an arsenal of firearms and kill whoever and how many people they like and then shoot themselves in order to get out of it.

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  4. Russell Hayden11:53am Thursday 10th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    I wonder if the men will have to wear a peter heter on their old fella to hide it. How bloody stupid. It isnt a strip pool if you have to cover your nipples, what about all of the beavers on dispay? They dont matter?

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  5. Russell Hayden11:49am Thursday 10th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    What is wrong with the Yanks that you are not aloud to see a womans nipples but a man can walk around with everything on show? We are all born naked and we have all seen someone else naked. You can see the whole boob (tit) but not the nipple, how bloody rediculous. America should grow up and grow a brain.

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  6. Susanna08:52pm Wednesday 09th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    mmm Might sell gogles there .

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  7. Roamer01:22pm Wednesday 09th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    What a load of publicity #$%$!!

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  8. LouLou05:02am Wednesday 09th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    Hi Glenn, sure they won't because I'm a woman...

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  9. frank v09:53pm Tuesday 08th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    If nipple cover are mandatory, then bottonlessness must therefore be out. So it can in no way be described as "strip". What a silly headline!

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  10. Ed09:07pm Tuesday 08th January 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    bring it on but limit the age to 50 and under

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