The Danish strip club created panic in the Swedish newspaper

in the Middle of a rejsetillæg with stories about the exploration of the German city of Bremen as well as solrejser to the amalfi coast in Italy, many newspaper

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
04 February 2020 Tuesday 14:00
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The Danish strip club created panic in the Swedish newspaper

in the Middle of a rejsetillæg with stories about the exploration of the German city of Bremen as well as solrejser to the amalfi coast in Italy, many newspaper readers of the Swedish newspaper "Dagens Nyheter" suddenly the coffee wrong in the neck.

Here the namely Wednesday of last week saw a full-page ad for the copenhagen strip club Angels Club, who invited the gentlemen on striptease and expensive champagne in the luxurious surroundings in the heart of Copenhagen.

Dagens Nyheter correspond more or less to the Swedish version of the Danish newspaper Politiken. And here are the readers in no way accustomed to seeing full-page ads from strip clubs in Copenhagen. It was therefore more readers to complain to the newspaper.

It writes several Swedish media, including Aftonbladet and News Today.

part of this picture was also on the stripklubbens ad in the Swedish newspaper. Photo: Angels Club

In the ad describes Angels Club, who are located in Nørregade 11, in the heart of Copenhagen, as an exclusive and luxurious mens club for discerning and conscious guests.

The visitors are already greeted at the door and enters then into a good environment, where relaxation and comfort are in focus.

'For the entertainment is some of the world's best ballet dancers ready to delight the customers either on the big stage or with a little bit more personal touch in one of the small, private stalls. Every little detail is designed to give the customer the greatest possible enjoyment during the visit', is it in the ad for the Angels Club, which offers both a normal striptease on a big stage and a lapdance in a more private setting.

the Here presented that cheeky dance on the dance pole in the Angels Club. Photo: Angels Club

After several complaints from readers went editor-in-chief for Dagens Nyheter, Peter Wolodarski, already out with a public apology in his own newspaper the day after. Here he wrote the following:

'An ad was published in an external advertising supplement, that came as inserts in Dagens Nyheter, broke clear with the rules that apply to advertising in the newspaper. Dagens Nyheter says, therefore, unreservedly apologise, because the ad was published. The routines around this type of supplement will in the future be sharpened'.

the Facade of the Angels Club in Nørregade in Copenhagen. Photo: Angels Club

the Head of the Angels Club in Copenhagen, Dennis Skaarup, is still in high spirits over the swedes, politically correct response to the advertisement for his strip club. He has, in fact, got full value for the money that was invested in the ad.

- It is a completely ridiculous response that the editor-in-chief goes out and says sorry. But it is quite good for my business. Now I have got mention in all three major Swedish media, in addition to the ad itself, explains Dennis Skaarup and adds:

- But the case says much about the politically correct Sweden and all their exaggerated feminism. The whole thing is extremely hypocritical, explains Dennis Skaarup for the Extra Leaf and the cries of laughter in the phone.

Dennis Skaarup also explains that he did not know anything about Today's News, when he ordered an ad in their newspaper that the newspaper has a very large circulation.

- We would just like to have some Swedish customers to the Angels Club in Copenhagen.

That advert came through Today's Nyheters moral needle's eye, without being stopped, "explains Dennis Skaarup as follows:

- for one reason or another have "Dagens Nyheter" not been further communicated their ethical rules for the media bureau, who got the ad in the travel supplement. And they have obviously not been proof-read, explains Dennis Skaarup.

Thus, the full-page ad for the Angels Club out, as it was presented in the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter. Photo: Angels Club

Updated: 04.02.2020 14:00
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