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    LOOK: Stripper ‘accidentally’ hired for brother’s bachelor party

    A female stripper got the shock of her life after learning that she had been booked to perform at her own brother’s bachelor party – and she claims she only made the discovery she had already taken off all her clothes, The New York Post reports.



    The young woman, named Kendra, just opened up about the incident on TikTok. Her story has since gone viral on the video-sharing social media platform and has been viewed at least 10 million times. You can view it here.

    Kendra says she was naked and in the middle of her strip act when she noticed her brother in the audience.

    “I ended up being the stripper at my brother’s bachelor party and I didn’t realize until I was completely naked,” she said.

    There has been a wave of reaction to her clip on TikTok, with some doubting her story, wondering how she didn’t notice her brother or his friends in the first place.

    “How do you not notice?’ asked one person, while another added, “I would’ve noticed all my brother’s friends and most definitely my brother.”

    Other TikTok users wondered why the stripper’s brother didn’t immediately stop her after seeing her take her clothes off.

    But others defended Kendra and pointed out that the bright lights inside the nightclub could have made it difficult for her to first tell who was in the audience.

    “Club lighting can heavily hinder how clients look if you’re on the stage because the stage lights oftentimes are shining right in the dancer’s face,” they said.

    Another TikTok user asked: “I have so many questions … why was he at a strip club? what happened after?? did he do it on purpose??? did they just leave??????”

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