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Woman sues after injury in pole-dancing class

NEW YORK – A woman says a Manhattan gym left her hanging when she tried a new workout: pole-dancing.

Sue Ann Wee filed a lawsuit last week against the companies that run the Crunch fitness center chain.

Lawyer Nicholas Warywoda says Wee seriously hurt both her shoulders when she slid down a pole and fell onto the floor while taking a Crunch pole-dancing class in June.

Warywoda says Wee told an instructor she couldn’t hold herself up during an upside-down maneuver, but the instructor didn’t help her.

Wee is seeking unspecified damages. She says the gym chain didn’t supervise the pole-dancing class properly.

New York-based Crunch declined to comment.


 

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