Dundalk bikini club catches fire
Bustos, a bikini club on the 4000 block of North Point Blvd., caught fire early this morning, according to this piece by Sun reporter Gus G. Sentementes.
My take: OH NO! NOT BUSTOS!
Can you imagine a world without Bustos? Hee hee. I've never been to or even heard of this place. But I've got a question for you: What's a bikini club? ...
Sentementes' article says it features "women dancing in bikinis." Is that all they do?
Or do they take the bikinis off after they've danced in them for a while? Girls dancing in bikinis doesn't sound too hot to me. But it must have been hot, because, well, the place caught fire. Zink!
Sorry, sorry, I know it's probably too soon for fire jokes. But I just couldn't resist.
Also, this piece says the club is owned by a company based in a town called Street. There's a town in Maryland called Street? How confusing is that? I mean, who names a town Street? I looked it up on Google Maps, and discovered that not only does there appear to be a town called Street, there is a road called Street Road in Street.
Still with me?
"Hi, I live at 12 Street Road in Street."
I hope, for the sake of common sense, that I'm wrong, and this place doesn't really exist. But if it does, I wouldn't be surprised.
(Sun photo by Kim Hairston)