British woman hired male stripper for her 100th birthday

"I told the lad he might have to be careful with her because of her age, but then she told me she wanted the whole lot!" says daughter-in-law.
By Evan Bleier   |   Jan. 15, 2014 at 11:44 AM   |   Comments

Jan. 15 (UPI) -- You only live once…

An elderly British woman celebrated her 100th birthday by hiring a male stripper and partying at a pub.

In addition to the bottles of booze that were at the bar, Doris Deahardie brought a bottle of baby oil to the Sun Inn in North Wheatley.

Before coming up with the plan to request “the full monty,” Deahardie originally wanted to replicate her 90th birthday celebration when she took a helicopter ride.

"She asked me if when she was in the air the pilot would strip for her! We told her that no, pilots don't do that, we'll have to get you a real stripper, and she chose one herself; she said 'he looks like he's been looked after!”’ said Deahardie’s daughter-in-law, Sharon. "I told the lad he might have to be careful with her because of her age, but then she told me she wanted the whole lot!"

Deahardie is now a great-great-grandmother.

"She's in great health for her age -- the doctor says she has the heart and lungs of a 30-year-old," said her son Barry.

"It was brilliant, a really good night. Her face when the lad straddled her! I don't think she'd believed he would do the whole lot. She loved the limo ride to the pub and to see an 100-year-old enjoy something like this was great," Sharon said.

[Retford Times]
[Lincolnshire Echo]

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