ABERDEEN, Scotland, Aug. 17 (UPI) -- A male stripper who allegedly went over the top during a hen party at a restaurant in Aberdeen, Scotland, is now on trial.
Stuart Kennedy, 29, denies committing acts of indecency during the party, held to celebrate a woman's upcoming wedding, in November 2010, The Scotsman reported.
But Rachel Duncan, manager of La Bamba Restaurant, said she got complaints after Kennedy took everything off, with only a handkerchief covering his private parts, made raunchy remarks and simulated sex with the bride-to-be.
"I remember he bent the hen over a chair and mimicked having sex with her, then he took his clothes off," Duncan said.
Duncan said Kennedy's manager had promised her the act would stay within bounds, suitable for teenagers if not for small children. She said she had been concerned because a family was also celebrating their daughter's 16th birthday at the restaurant that night, and she had consulted the mother, who had said she did not mind the stripper, presumably believing he would leave something to the imagination.