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UK X in the City, Liverpool - April 2016

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The Explore

Another early morning of explores in Liverpool city centre and again tried the Futurist with no luck (one day we will get in there somehow)  ended up in the old X in the City strip club.. lets just say this brought back some fond memories :)


Explored with @The Man In Black 


The History

X in the City has now moved from to Wood Street in the city centre, the local council tried its best to stop the move but £80,000 deal was struck and the club moved locations leaving this one abandoned.


X in the City is Liverpool’s number one lap dancing bar for stag nights. Hundreds of groups of lads come to X in the City throughout the year for their stag nights and most return when the next stag night comes round. The reason for this is that the atmosphere is perfect for stag nights.


Unlike other lap dancing bars, at X in the City you can stand at the bar and enjoy a pint, or watch one of the many stage shows, or sit at a table with the company of a gorgeous girl. 























Edited by Urbexbandoned
removed photo's of girls to protect their privacy

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Bloody hell, ive been there.. it was not a nice memory haha. I was taken with work and my boss paid for me to have a dance... with this lovely lady who must of been at least 40-50. There was nothing sexual about that 'lap dance,' especailly as she preceded to talk about her recent holiday with her kids  and other mum stuff. 

Thanks for bringing that back hah. Nice set.

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On 8 April 2016 at 8:31 PM, Merryprankster said:

i hope you popped thos bottles of champagne!!



haha No, I don't drink so never really paid much attention tp them, took a pic and left them lol

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hello all. just thought I would introduce myself...im 32 from Liverpool. im a newbee and very adventurous and daring. but looking to meet a few fellow explorers.

msg back plz

$ j

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