London, March 19 : A married investment broker is suing a New York strip club after allegedly being hit in the face by one of its stripper's high heel while she performed a lap dance for him.
Wall Street trader Stephen Chang went to the Hot Lap Dance Club near Madison Square Garden in November last year.
However, the stripper who was giving Chang a lap dance turned a little too hot for him, striking him in the eye with the heel of her shoe, reports the Telegraph.
Chang, a securities trader, claims in court papers filed at the Manhattan Supreme Court that he "sustained serious personal injuries" on his visit to the club.
His lawsuit against the club states: "During the course of said lap dance, the employee suddenly swung around, striking [Mr Chang] in the eye with the heel of her shoe."
The club, which describes itself as the "Playboy Mansion of Manhattan party lofts" charges a 50-dollar and a 10-dollar one-time joining fee, with a lap dance typically costing around 40 dollars.
A manager at the club said: "We didn't have any reported accidents. We have a first aid kid and we would have treated the guy or called an ambulance."