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Two desperate young women strip naked 'to win an iPhone' in nightclub as stunned clubbers look on

By Mirror | October 23rd 2015

Russia:  Two women left clubbers shocked after they jumped up on stage and stripped naked - 'for the chance to win an old iPhone '.

The ladies - one of who was reported to be married - whipped off their clothes and gyrated in front of stunned guests.

At one point the compere snatched away the knickers of one of the contestants as she tried to cover her modesty, instead throwing them into the crowd.

As she turns around to face the other way she wiggles her bottom to the music and is joined on stage by a second woman.

The bizarre dance contest took place in the city of Berezniki in central Russia's Perm Krai region with an iPhone 5s reportedly being offered as a prize.

But their amateur dancing, which was uploaded onto social media, did not go down well with the online community.

Shocked user lena120893 said: "Trying so hard for a stupid iPhone . Both these girls and the organisers of the show are brainless! Such an unimaginative community!"

nstagram user honeymary23 tagged her friends asking: "Is this the place they will celebrate their graduation from school?"

She added: "Finished school ready for the world of skulduggery and lust."

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