Puff Hookah Cafe Bar teen-lingerie night: Bar promises to screen for your kid (PHOTOS)

Local TV has been all over a lingerie night sponsored by Puff Hookah Cafe Bar that promised "no cover charge" for females sixteen and over "who come dressed up." In an attempt to do damage control, Puff has posted a message to concerned parents insisting that the night was handled responsibly and offering to keep out specific teens whose folks object. But the site also features photos that may give conservative oldsters pause. See them below.
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