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City bans DANCING to cease coronavirus unfold in weird transfer straight out of Footloose movie

Town bans DANCING to stop coronavirus spread in bizarre move straight out of Footloose film


IN a transfer paying homage to the Footloose movie, a city in Missouri has taken a drastic step and banned dancing and different “music actions” after 11pm in an effort to implement social distancing tips and gradual the unfold of coronavirus.

St Charles, a suburb of St Louis, has mentioned the city was getting an excessive amount of foot site visitors due to the closure of bars in the remainder of the county.

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A suburb of St. Louis has taken a cue from the Kevin Bacon traditional “Footloose” and banned dancing and different “music actions” after 11pm[/caption]

“I really feel just a little bit just like the film ‘Footloose’ however that’s not what that is about,” the city’s mayor Mayor Dan Borgmeyer instructed the native Fox station.

“That is nearly quantity.”

Borgmeyer mentioned that the three dance membership house owners had voluntarily agreed to droop dancing actions for now.

“There’s a mass quantity of people who find themselves touring out right here who aren’t making it into the bars which can be inflicting the issue,” mentioned Dennis Dixon, nightclub supervisor at Quintessential Eating and Nightlife, one of many venues.

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Kevin Bacon in Footloose[/caption]

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Essential Avenue within the city has been flooded by dancers[/caption]

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 Metropolis of St. Charles Mayor Dan Borgmeyer introduced the ban[/caption]

“Everyone is speeding out right here however we’re not letting everybody in proper now so I feel the frustration builds within the individuals who aren’t capable of make it in; they’re not within the first 200 folks down right here,” he added.

Borgmeyer defined that busloads of partygoers arrive in town’s Essential Avenue, dropping off 20 to 30 folks at a time.

He added the variety of law enforcement officials patrolling the world has tripled from 4 to 12 over the previous 5 months, at a price to taxpayers of $77,000 merely in additional time.

Footloose is a 1984 movie about a young person who strikes to a small Western city who tries to overturn the ban on dancing.

St Louis County’s coronavirus charges have began to rise once more, after a fall from its peak in July.

Greater than 6,800 circumstances have been reported throughout the county because the pandemic hit.


Bars can keep open till their common time, solely dancing is banned, in addition to the accompanying DJ music.

“The difficulty’s turning into that the infrastructure can’t maintain the people who we’re getting out right here,” St. Charles Police Captain Ray Juengst instructed the native information affiliate.

“Between what metropolis corridor has executed with the staff there after which all of the bars down right here working in cooperation, we expect we’ve give you a fairly good plan and we’re gonna attempt to implement it and see if it really works.”