Strippers in Wisconsin fight over $1 bill

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Two strippers at a club in Juneau, Wis. – one of them pregnant – got into a hair-pulling brawl over $1 that a customer had tried to give one of the women, the Appleton Post-Crescent reported.

The women slapped and punched each other and were separated by other dancers and customers, the newspaper reported. Dodge County Sheriff's County deputies were called to the Silk Exotic and both dancers were cited for disorderly conduct.

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