Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club truck -- complete with stripper’s pole -- has neighbors fuming mad after the vehicle was parked for several days and nights in a residential area, according to HLN affiliate KVOR in Sacramento. “I don’t like it here. I don’t like it in this neighborhood,” one woman said. “For little kids, I don’t think it’s appropriate,” another woman told the TV station.
The Hustler Club trucks, a literal promotional vehicles for a handful of Hustler Clubs around the nation, have been known to roll around city districts with scantily clad women on display through a side window.
Flynt is no stranger to public indignation. In 2009 the porn impresario asked for a government bailout "just to see us through hard times."
City Supervisor Eric Mar said the truck, which was parked next to the Anza branch library and half a block from an elementary school, has run afoul of the city's law against commercial advertisements on public streets. “If you look inside there’s a pole so some women can dance around it, as this thing drives around the street,” Mar told KVOR.
The truck has become a moving target now -- it's reportedly relocated from 37th Street to 42nd Street.
A call by HLN to the Hustler Club San Francisco was not returned Monday.