New York, Sept 2 (ANI): A Manhattan court has brushed aside claims by a lawyer that letting women past the velvet rope for free or half price on "Ladies Nights" violates the Constitution.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the claims made by self-proclaimed "anti-feminist lawyer" Roy Den Hollander, saying the state has no control because "liquor licenses are not directed related to the pricing scheme at the door".
Hollander, who sued the Copacobana, China Club, Lotus and others, blames militant feminists for the ladies-pay-less door policies - not prowling promoters trying to lure women to the clubs.
"The guys are paying for girls to party. I don't think that's fair," the New York Daily News quoted Den Hollander as saying.
"It's a transfer of money from the wallets of guys to the pocketbooks of girls," he argued.
He has vowed to appeal to the Supreme Court. (ANI)