'Booty Lounge' causing stir at sporting events
DETROIT - Residents and community leaders are throwing a penalty flag after a bus called the "Booty Lounge" pulled up to Ford Stadium in Detroit.
The bus - which "apparently" operates as a strip club on wheels parks in a popular tailgating area before home games.
For $10, tailgaters are allowed onto the bus that comes complete with two stages, dancing poles, and tinted windows.
An investigation is underway to determine if this is legal or not, but Detroit's mayor has another concern.
"The games are basically for families, and to have something like that going on is not appropriate," Dave Bing, Mayor of Detroit, said.
No comment from the Detroit Lions.