A Lego strip club set for kids is out just in time for the holidays. What parent wouldn’t be eager to find the latest creation by Citizen Brick? The maker of custom printed Legos has a club scene called the Citizen Brick Center for the Performing Arts with a club called “Foxy Blox.” It comes complete with LED lights and batteries included. Women in bikinis are dancers — with a man added to the mix for good measure.
According to Citizen Brick’s website, the strip club set is $275 and includes 80 pad-printed elements. Hologram stamped foil pieces make the walls inside the club more dynamic with the LED lights flashing. Four exclusive minifigs and a full colored printed box is part of the ensemble as well.
As the Daily Mail elaborates in its report, the Lego strip club set comes with poles on a podium, g-strings, fishnet stockings, lingerie, platform shoes, and a pile of dollar bills to ‘make it rain.'” The female figures have on heavy makeup, seductive expressions, and cleavage.
There’s something for everyone in this set. It doesn’t miss a beat. A DJ in shades is at the turntable and zebra-printed sofas can be placed around the club.
To avoid confusion with the actual Lego manufacturer, Citizen Brick from Chicago adds a disclaimer to its online merchandise.
“Our friends at Lego asked that we remind you… This is not a LEGO® Product. These are re-used LEGO elements that have been repackaged or altered from their original form,” the notice reads.
Citizen Brick caused a similar controversy recently for making a Breaking Bad-type meth lab. The Inquisitr also reported on this story about a set that was more of an “adult collectible” item, which is what the stripper club set is likely considered. The meth lab, titled “SuperLab,” and was marketed as saying it “lets any child or adult recreate Walter White’s notorious crystal meth lab… Complete with protective masks, drug paraphernalia, figurines and a version of the car from the show, infants can even reenact scenes from the series.”
Will the Lego strip club set sell-out before the holidays? The first 100 sets are numbered and will begin shipping on Black Friday, November 28. “Subsequent unnumbered sets will be available for pre order, and will ship approximately 3-4 weeks after purchase,” Citizen Brick states on its site.
[Photo Credit: Citizen Brick via Daily Mail]