April 27, 2016

Drama 'McQueen' Councillor wants to stop scantly clad women from dancing and having fun at Montreal bar

StaffRebel Columnist

Nanny state District Councillor Peter McQueen thinks a bar called 'Jersey's Saloon' is just like a strip club despite the fact no one is getting naked.

Apparently an ad for the bar featured barmaids in short skirts dancing suggestively on the bar counter.

McQueen told CJAD, “The permit is not for a strip club, not for nudity, but if a woman wears skimpy enough clothing and dances in suggestive-enough a way, it's the same effect.”

What effect may that be? The arousal effect?

“The effect is the same, as if the woman were completely nude, so he's found a way to kind of get around the no strip club rule.”

Sounds like the worst strip club on the planet if that was the idea. Mainly because there's no stripping.

Peter Sergaks, the owner of the bar, doesn't agree with McQueen.

“No, no, no, it's not. It's a western saloon-type of bar. They're wearing hats, they're wearing shorts, and that's it. Nothing, nothing to that nature, nothing erotic,” he said and added that the barmaids wear more clothing than the Alouettes cheerleaders.

McQueen said he's also concerned about the large open widows in the bar allowing people who pass by to see the so-called sexually suggestive dancing taking place.

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commented 2016-04-28 01:08:03 -0400
Kinda the opposite of Muslim women, who dress from head o toe. Jewish women know how to show it off a bit.
commented 2016-04-27 16:06:47 -0400
Women dancing suggestively in skimpy clothing, in my opinion, is more arousing than fully naked. It causes the mind to “fill in the blanks”, so to speak.
commented 2016-04-27 14:07:32 -0400
Sounds like somebody is years overdue for a good – - – well, you know…
commented 2016-04-27 14:00:30 -0400
he likely does not like women.
commented 2016-04-27 13:53:37 -0400
And I think I should be able to wear a paper bag over my head for drivers licence, passport etc etc. When I lived in Europe I did abide by their laws, but here Puff is likely to change laws for the pending INVASION, ALL IN THE FAVOR OF HIS “guests”
commented 2016-04-27 13:41:34 -0400
Edward Jobin; I dont care what people wear either. My point was we have a problem with the migrant influx in Europe and now there are overtones that troubles are rising in Canada with our hell bent for leather importation of our Pied Pipers new voters. We have a pot pouri of problems in our country and this moron is worried about some Canadian gals being Canadian gals. So what if a little ass cheek shows.
commented 2016-04-27 13:34:34 -0400
Sharia shill.

Edward I’m opposed to what the Niqab and burka represent also. In addition I am opposed to concealed identities. Nuns do not hide their faces. Dictating what people can and cannot wear was never the issue. Concealed identity, and Sharia law is what its always been about to me, and there is no place for it in Canada. I am totally disgusted with the government for accommodating this treasonous, un-Canadian behaviour, because this is NOT who we are. Its rammed down our throats ‘under the guise of tolerance’ when in fact it is accommodating supremacists.
Sharia creep in this country will be the death of us.
commented 2016-04-27 12:33:49 -0400
David White: If it weren’t for the repressive nature of Niqabs or Burkhas and the fact it covers their face I really wouldn’t care what people wore. I mean I don’t get offended if I see a nun in a habit even if it is a nasty one (I mean those mega huge brims). Seriously I’m not offended by nuns or people wearing furry suits. I might think furries a re nuts but I could care less. It is the what the Niqab/Burkha represents that I am opposed to and I see these people as victims of a cult they have been brainwashed by and probably are to fearful in some cases to do anything about. My anger is reserved for the government who lets this go on under the guise of tolerance.
commented 2016-04-27 12:22:55 -0400
I cant control myself. Whenever I see someone in the burka bag I cant control myself. My fear is that in an uncontrolled frenzy I will make a mistake and let my primal urges take over. An improper move will land me in Justys sharia court or my neck on the wrong end of a blade. We have to get rid of this provocative mussy clothing or there will be mass sexual crimes against those in the bag. sort of the opposite of what we see in Europe today. As for the scantily clad waitresses, have at er!!! And I think this tits last name is actually Queen, and he, Butts and Peter Pan TrudQ should have a nice group daisy chain in good old lefty fashion.
commented 2016-04-27 12:14:17 -0400
Strictly business of course.
commented 2016-04-27 12:13:17 -0400
I maintain a healthy degree of skepticism on this story. I might have to go and investigate for myself.
commented 2016-04-27 12:00:30 -0400
So that mussy life is being stuffed down our throats via this dipshit. He can suck my ass. For the love of shit, people stand up and tell them to shut up or get out. I’ll wear what I want when I want and where I want to wear it.
commented 2016-04-27 11:56:17 -0400
Soooo – it’s NOT the legal definition of “stripping”, but because it reminds this sexually repressed dirty minded politico, that is just cause to act. Typical fascist reflex – I know it’s not illegal but I don’t like it so it goes.

F-ya councellor blue-scrote. Didn’t we get rid of these moral crusading theocrats in the 60S?
commented 2016-04-27 11:45:07 -0400
Nanny state District Councillor Peter McQueen must have repressed aggressive sexual tendencies, which he is trying to hide through pretending he doesn’t like to see the female form.