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Strip Search is a reality television series, first broadcast in The series follows the search for a new troupe of male strippers from audition to the final live .
Strip Search is an online reality television game show created by Penny Arcade and produced While living in a large pineapple-themed house, the artists are given challenges each episode ranging from creative to legal to physical, with the .
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Description:Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. According to ABC Chicago, Dana Holmes was arrested in May on a DUI charge and brought into a county jail where a security camera captured four sheriff's officers -- three men and one women -- stripping off her clothes before leaving her naked and alone in the padded cell. Attorney Terry Ekl says Holmes was dehumanized and degraded by the strip-search, which he pointed out violated a state law that requires strip-searches to only be performed when officers have a "reasonable belief" an individual is concealing a weapon or controlled substance somewhere on their body. Strip-searches also must be done by officers of the same sex only in an area where they can't be watched by others not participating in the search, according to the law. It makes you wonder, were these guys ever trained? Holmes, whose blood-alcohol level reportedly registered almost three times the legal limit, was "being mouthy and causing problems," according to a police report obtained by the Chicago Tribune but Len Cavise, a criminal procedure expert who teaches at the DePaul University College of Law, pointed out to the paper that " nothing in the statute says resisting arrest is justification for a strip-search.