Male stripper arrested for role in ruckus outside Red Carpet in St. Cloud
On Thursday night, the Men of the Strip male strip show rolled into downtown St. Cloud for a performance at the Red Carpet. Afterward, college-football-player-turned-male-stripper Chris Boudreaux and some of his colleagues were chilling on their bus, which is adorned with a photo of their sexy bodies.
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A dude walking past apparently thought it'd be fun to try and hop aboard. But instead of laughs, the dude's friend ended up with stitches in his face after he was clocked by Boudreaux, a 6'0", 195-pound former defensive back for the University of Nevada.
The St. Cloud Times explains:
"As a joke" one of the men in the group passing by walked onto the bus, according to the court complaint charging Boudreaux. That man was immediately pushed off the bus, and "multiple dancers exited the bus and began pushing" the man who walked onto the bus and his friends.
Boudreaux is accused of approaching another person in that group and punching him in the face. The man who was punched needed five stitches to close a cut to his face, according to the court complaint.
Multiple witnesses told police that the victim didn't make any contact with Boudreaux before he was punched, according to the complaint. Boudreaux spent the weekend in the Stearns County Jail.
Boudreaux has been charged with third- and fifth-degree assault. Meanwhile, the Men of the Strip revue -- the show is the creation of 98 Degrees singer Jeff Timmons -- rolls on, with a performance scheduled for Friday in Cleveland.
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