Las Vegas strip club offers free lap dances to customers affected by MGM Resorts cyberattack

A strip club in Las Vegas is offering free lap dances to patrons affected by a cyberattack at MGM Resorts.

Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club in Las Vegas says it offers free luggage storage and airport pickup for people who experience check-in delays, as well as a complimentary $1,200 platinum VIP membership and lap dances, according to TMZ.

Brittany Rose, general manager of the strip club, told TMZ she wants to relieve some of the stress for customers and employees.

“Our hearts go out to the employees and tourists who have been affected by this devastating event. “As members of the hospitality industry, we decided to do our part to help improve the guest experience while visiting Las Vegas, which in turn will relieve stress on the employees who are handling the situation so diligently,” Rose said.

MGM Resorts International in Nevada said in a Wednesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it suffered a cyberattack.

The company experienced a computer outage on Monday that affected operations at several properties.

“MGM Resorts recently identified a cybersecurity issue affecting certain company systems,” an MGM spokesperson said in a statement. “Immediately after detecting the issue, we launched an investigation with the help of leading third-party cybersecurity experts. We have also notified authorities and are taking steps to protect our systems and data, including shutting down certain systems. Our investigation is ongoing and we are working diligently to resolve the matter. The company will continue to implement measures to secure its business operations and will take additional measures as appropriate.”

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MGM Resorts International in Nevada said in a Wednesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it suffered a cyberattack.REUTERS

FOX 5 in Las Vegas reported Monday that computer-based operations at MGM Resorts were forced to go manual.

The cyberattack also affected the properties’ credit card machines.

Fox Business’ Joe Toppe and Greg Wehner contributed to this report.

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