Burlesque video shot at fire station under investigation

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VENICE, Calif. — The Los Angeles Fire Department has launched an investigation into “Firehouse Burlesque,” a video showing a woman in shorts and high heels dancing inside a station firehouse with a hula hoop and donning firefighter gear.

Battalion Chief Armando Hogan said the department’s professional standards division was looking into the matter but declined to comment further. It is unclear when department officials became aware of the video.

The video, titled “Firehouse Burlesque Hula Hooping,” was shot at Fire Station 63 in Venice and published last week on YouTube by Hoopnotica, a Venice-based company that promotes using hula hoops for physical fitness.

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1 Comment

  • Jesús C.

    Wow, this is so dumb. Really? Anyway I wanted San Diego news. I know this isn’t news either, but still keep it local (at least for stories like these)

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