A popular dance at a strip clubs in the southern Indian state of Kerala is being called out for its questionable standards and the use of sexual innuendo.
The practice of stripping dancers off naked and performing them on stage has been going on for decades, and it is believed to have become popular in recent years.
The dancers perform the dance at the popular strip clubs, where they often go through a series of humiliating rituals.
They are sometimes beaten and stripped naked, while some also have a bloodied and disfigured face and hands, according to the Independent.
The dance, which is called “kamalu,” is said to be performed by about 500 people.
There are a number of reasons why people have been attracted to it, including its alleged eroticism, the Independent reports.
According to the article, the dance is a form of social control.
Some of the dancers, who usually have very low social standing, have been accused of being gay, and are frequently subjected to sexual harassment.
They are also accused of stealing from the dancers and using them to perform at the strip clubs.
It is also believed that they sometimes abuse their victims, the article reports.
The owner of a popular strip club, a local man, told the Independent that he had heard of the dance in the past and was worried about its future.
He said he was against it because it had become popular and was spreading to other places.
But a number people, including members of the public, have voiced their concerns about the dance.
Some have spoken out against the practice, while others have defended it.
A source in Kerala, who did not want to be named, told The Hindu newspaper that people were going to the dance because of the increasing popularity of the style.
The local authorities in the state have already been trying to tackle the issue, the newspaper reports.
A spokesperson for the Kerala State Government said that the state police were aware of the issue and had been investigating the issue.