- Where do beer and boobs mix? (Photo: Associated Press)
Last Saturday night, Bridget Kemps and some friends headed to Penn Quarter's Iron Horse Taproom to play some Big Buck Hunter. Her crew was treated to a very different kind of safari.
After a few hours of game play, several televisions in the downstairs bar began playing Girls Gone Wild's Search for the Hottest Girl In America, a clothes-optional survey of the bodies of U.S. women. “At first we all thought it was one of those cheesy infomercials where they censor out the boobs, but it was not,” Kemp told me via e-mail. "There was really no direction you could look without seeing a TV, and it was so distracting that it was hard to have conversations with my companions," Kemps says. “I really just wanted to leave because I was pretty offended.”
The next day, Kemps took to e-mail, Yelp, and Twitter to inform the bar that she was made "legitimately very uncomfortable" by the programming choice. Kemps pressed the bar via Tweet: "Can you please explain to my why you thought it was appropriate to play porn in on every tv in your bar last night?"