Scores is a NYC "upmarket lap dancing club" where big names such as George Clooney, Madonna, and Howard Stern have been seen, where people with lots of money spend it on ... well...lap dances. American Express is sueing one Missouri businessman for not paying a credit card bill of $241,000, which was supposedly incrued during a single night at the club. He says he spent a mere $20,000 that night and is accusing the club of fraud. A Bangladeshi businessman refuses to pay a $129,626 credit card bill supposedly racked up in five hours at the club. A Manhatten District Attorney is looking into claims that Scores is frequently overcharging credit cards. The club denies all claims that it is overcharging, saying it takes fingerprints and gets approval from the credit card company every $10,000. What's going on here, are they overcharging? Are they doing it because they know that most people would be ashamed or get in trouble (family, job, etc.) for being at such a place, taking advantage of their relutance to complain? Or are they really overcharging credit cards? Maybe somebody wakes up the next morning and doesn't want to believe he just spent such a large amount on ... well...'you know.' How can this problem be solved so that "adult entertainment" is not a thing of the past?