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A strip club in Portland, Oregon, is trying to make the best out of the coronavirus pandemic. According to Rolling Stone, the venue will now offer topless food delivery.

Lucky Devil Lounge owner Shon Boulden explains that he sent a tweet joking that he would “provide a service where the dancers would deliver food topless. When customers started asking him if he would deliver to their area,  I was like, ‘Holy sh–, this may be something that actually works.'”

Now, for a $30 delivery fee, Portland locals can order food from “Boober Eats.” “Two dancers will show up accompanied by a driver/security guard. Equipped with masks, gloves, and hand sanitizers, the dancers deliver food to the customer’s doorstep, within the six-feet guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

By the way, the dancers aren’t entirely topless; they wear nipple pasties. Customers still get a show, though. “Clad in nipple pasties, the women walk up to a customer’s door, leave the food on the doorstep, then take off their sweaters and ‘bounce around.'”

Anyone who wants to order food and entertainment can do so through the club’s website.