'Scumbag' strip club owner aims to scare Vikings rookies straight

At the Minnesota Vikings' request, the tattooed strip club prince of Daytona Beach, Fla., spoke to rookies to warn them away from the life of some pro athletes – self-promoting entourages, predatory bar owners and the perverted economics of the booze-and-sex trade.
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At the Minnesota Vikings' request, the tattooed strip club prince of Daytona Beach, Fla., spoke to rookies to warn them away from the life of some pro athletes – self-promoting entourages, predatory bar owners and the perverted economics of the booze-and-sex trade.

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