Lap dancers who could earn upwards of £1,000 a week are needed at an adult entertainment venue in Derbyshire
Baby Platinum, in Victoria Street, Derby, is on the hunt for new dancers and says it offers "fantastic earning potential" for the performers.
The lap dancing venue describes itself as Derby's No.1 gentleman's club and is open from 9pm to 5.30am seven days a week.
To stand a chance of landing an audition, applicants must upload a photo onto the Baby Platinum website along with their name, date of birth, email address and phone number.
They must also submit a proposed stage name.
An online advert for the job states: "To apply you must be over the age of 18 with an EU passport or relevant work permit. You are welcome to audition at any of our national UK clubs, but must provide identification and a current proof of address in the UK."
Baby Platinum has two other venues in Manchester and Wigan. According to its website, auditions are held "daily" at each club.
It adds "no experience is necessary as training will be given", and that "flexible working hours" are offered.
The advert states: "Please fill in your details below and we will then contact you with audition dates, times, requirements and further information. NB: Please remember to check your spam/junk mail folders for our email! Alternatively text 07794 089754 with any questions you may have or information that you require."
The website also offers a description of the Derby venue. It says: "Exclusive, luxurious and refined, Baby Platinum is the ultimate in gentlemen's upscale adult entertainment. Relax in the company of our beautiful and sexy girls - enjoy the discreet privacy of our private VIP lounges."
According to the review site worldsbeststripclubs.com, the average cost of a dance at Baby Platinum Derby is £50, while a 30-minute "private dance" is priced at £150.
It is unclear what proportion of the fee is retained by the individual dancer.
The Derby club is in the city's former post office building. The building was converted into a lap dancing club, called Players, in 2008 with the creation of 15-20 jobs.
In May 2010, the venue was closed down by police after bosses failed to correct more than a dozen infringements of its licence – including allowing nudity to be seen by people outside the club.
The owners at the time decided to sell the premises to Brad Hutchinson, of ABA Leisure, and the firm spent £150,000 to ensure the building complied with the police and Derby City Council.
The club reopened later that year as Baby Platinum.
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