SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Police say a shortage of scantily clad women led a 51-year-old man to attack a Girls Gone Wild bus outside a Michigan bar.
The co-owner of the Red Horse Bar in Saginaw County's Saginaw Township says the Girls Gone Wild promoters disappointed him and his patrons.
Chris Adams tells The Saginaw News the organization contacted the bar three months ago and scheduled Wednesday's stop. He says promoters agreed to provide security, a DJ and publicity, in exchange for the $10 cover charge.
Adams says the event didn't live up to standards and no Girls Gone Wild-employed women participated. He says it drew about 100 customers, twice the normal crowd.
Township police say a Portland man snapped the bus's two rear-view mirrors. He wasn't immediately charged because police had no complaint.
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