This sizzling lap dance was all fun and games until someone nearly lost an eye.
A Manhattan man is suing a members-only strip club after, he says, a dancer poked him in the eye with the heel of her shoe during a no-holds-barred lap dance.
In a suit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Stephen Chang said he "sustained serious personal injuries" during a bump-and-grind gone bad at the Hot Lap Dance Club in November.
"During the course of said lap dance, the employee suddenly swung around, striking [Chang] in the eye with the heel of her shoe," the suit says.
A manager at the Hot Lap Dance Club said he never heard about the lap dance that went from pleasurable to painful in one of the club's private rooms.
"We didn't have any reported accidents," said the manager, who identified himself as Lou. "We have a first-aid kit, and we would have treated the guy or called an ambulance."
The W. 38th St. club - which has a $50 cover charge and a $10 one-time membership fee - offers its well-heeled members topless and all-nude lap dances from a collection of hand-picked beauties.
"The dancers are not only exceptionally attractive with killer bodies, but they also have good personalities, are friendly and sensual, and are intelligent and can carry on a conversation," the club boasts on its Web site. A lawyer for Chang did not return calls.
Hot Lap Dance Club, New York, NY