Las Vegas Strip Club to Feature Robotic Strippers

A popular Las Vegas strip club, Sapphire, claims it will have the first robot strippers in the world during CES 2018.

CES is the Consumer Electronics Show, a convention that draws more than 170,000 attendees to Las Vegas. The event runs Jan. 9-13, 2018.

Robot strippers

Insert viscosity joke here.

Sapphire says, “The fully animated electronic twins, #R2DoubleD and #TripleCPU have traveled all the way from London and are excited to make their Vegas debut at the ‘World’s Largest Gentlemen’s Club’ during CES 2018.”

As marketing gimmicks go, we’re a fan of this one!

Here’s a look at the robot exotic dancers in action.

Sapphire guests will have an opportunity to take photos with the robot strippers. They’ll also have the chance to be rejected by them, just as they’d be rebuffed by human strippers. Some things are universal.

And, yes, the robot strippers will accept gratuities. It’s Las Vegas, after all.

Stripper chart

Friendly reminder.

These aren’t the first robots in Las Vegas, of course. Two robotic bartenders recently made news at Miracle Mile Shops, and there’s also a robot performing concierge functions at Mandarin Oriental.

Learn more about the stripper robots in the Sapphire blog. Yes, they have a blog. Because blogs are sexy as hell. Obviously.

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  • Photoncounter

    Honest, Honey! Those oil stains in my crotch are from the Vega!

  • Coop

    resistance is futile!! Assimilate or die.

    • Coop

      I am not a bartender or a dancer. But someday they will come for our jobs too.

    • Manybar Goatfish

      My one hope is that robots don’t decide that humans taste good and start breeding us in factory farms or use the Second Amendment to establish their rights to hunt humans for dinner.

  • Bouldersteve

    At least they don’t complain about the crappy shift or cheap customers.

    • Manybar Goatfish

      Robots don’t complain. They get even.

  • William Wingo

    Looks like they would fit right in with the stylized elephants at the other show that just closed…