'One in four lap-dancers has a degree'

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A study by the University of Leeds has found women are choosing to work as lap-dancers because they can earn more than in traditional graduate jobs.

The findings also revealed that one in four lap-dancers has a degree.

Lap-dance club owner Peter Stringfellow and university researcher Dr Belinda Brooks-Gordon discussed the findings.

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