The age of technology is taking an unexpected turn if the creation of stripper robots has anything to say about it. That's right, pole dancing, strip-teasing robots. Of course, the stripper robots are animated art pieces. Yet there has to be at least a few people out there with a robot fetish, which could effectively turn this odd performance into an actual industry.
Created by United Kingdom-based artist Giles Walker, who is a full-time member of the guerilla art group The Mutoid Waste Company, the stripper robots would rake in a lot of cash considering that he rents them out at $40,000 a session. They were recently shown at the CeBIT expo in Hanover, German, which was British Prime Minister attended.
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