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High school students sign contract banning sexy dancing

Oct. 24, 2013 at 3:08 PM   |   Comments

LACEY, Wash., Oct. 24 (UPI) -- A Washington state high school is requiring students who want to attend dances to sign a contract promising to abstain from sexually provocative dancing.

Administrators at River Ridge High School in Lacey sent the "Dance Contract" home with students this month and required the documents to be returned with the signatures of the students and their parents before the pupils would be allowed to attend school dances, KCPA-TV, Seattle, reported Thursday.

The contract says dancers "may not bend over more than 45 degrees while dancing," engage in "lap dancing" or otherwise "look like you're having sex" while moving to the music.

The contract states punishments could include being kicked out of the dance and being banned from future dances.

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