Daily Huh? Performance Art in Skivvies With Afro and Pole 1:14

Somebody paid good money to see this "performance art." You may or may not believe your eyes when you see a woman dragging herself while moaning followed by a unique "heavy metal concert" involving a pole and a specific part of the male's anatomy. You're welcome!

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