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Strip club customer breaks arm scaling wall trying to get in for free

A South Australian man trying to sneak into a strip club for free has landed in the hospital with a broken arm instead.

The 20-year-old had attempted to scale the wall outside to get access to The Palace, an adult entertainment venue on Hindley Street, Adelaide in the early hours of Saturday morning (April 3).

A video obtained by 7NEWS, shows him climbing up a pipe and onto a balcony before losing his grip and plummetting several feet to the ground.

Paramedics treated him at the scene before he was transported to the Royal Adelaide Hospital with a broken arm and bruising.

A crowd had gathered to watch him attempt the brazen act.

In the video, a witness can be heard shouting: "Stop, he’s gonna fall."

Witnesses told 7NEWS he was lucky he wasn’t killed with one person suggested that you could see his forearm bending the wrong way.

However, his injuries seem minor in comparison to the bruising his pride took that day.

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Luckily, he didn't fall a few inches further to the right where there was a metal pole.

Meanwhile, in the US seems like customers won't need to go to the lengths of scaling walls to get the VIP treatment.

Three of "Nashville's only strip clubs" have promised to give vaccinated Tennessee residents life memberships as well as "throw the biggest party that this city has ever seen".

Described as "Nashville's only strip clubs", the World-Famous Deja Vu Showgirls, Larry Flynt's HUSTLER Club and Kings of HUSTLER Male Revue have joined forces to encourage locals to get vaccinated.

Those who accept the Covid jab will be offered a lifetime VIP membership valued at more than $3,500 (£2,555) which will grant them access to all three clubs.

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