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Double dose of man flesh as two strip shows hit town

A BATTLE of the buff beefcakes will ensue in Hervey Bay on Saturday night when two venues go head to head as hot male stripper crews visit the region.

The Beach House Hotel is hosting the Sydney Hotshots, while Bad Boys Australia will perform at Krystals Nite Club.

The Beach House event starts at 8pm and includes canapes and champagne on arrival - served by topless waiters - plus a lucky door prize.

Beach House Hotel events manager Genna Lesmond said the venue wanted to add its own little touch with the topless waiters, adding that it would be a fun-filled night for the women of Hervey Bay.

Meanwhile, Krystals Nite Club owner Sarah Vakauta, in Hervey Bay, said it would be a good night, with the opportunity to meet the buff boys from the show after the event.

Both women said their venues had sold a number of tickets already.

Ms Vakauta said the show would go for two-and-a-half hours with a VIP meet and greet afterwards.

She said the show would be "high energy" with five hot male strippers, plus a master of ceremonies to lead events and plenty of crowd interaction.

Ms Lesmond there would also be crowd interaction at the Sydney Hotshots event, with the boys spending plenty of time off stage during the show.

Bare details

Beach House Hotel

  • Who: The Sydney Hotshots
  • What: Fun-filled male strip show
  • Where: The Beach House Hotel, Scarness
  • When: Saturday, 7.45pm

Krystals Nite Club

  • Who: Bad Boys Australia
  • What: Entertaining male strip show
  • Where: Krystals Nite Club, Pialba
  • When: Saturday, 8.15pm
The Hotshots will perform at Hervey Bay’s Beach House Hotel.
The Hotshots will perform at Hervey Bay’s Beach House Hotel. Contributed

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