Two male strippers have entered voluntary quarantine after sitting near second Ebola nurse Amber Vinson on a plane from Ohio to Texas. Axl Goode and Taylor Cole, who are strippers and male models for romance novel book covers, decided to order themselves into isolation after realizing that the hazards of their job, like sweaty tear-away clothing and close-quarters gyrating could put hundreds of women in danger.
Goode and a stripper pal, Taylor Cole, voluntarily pulled themselves out of circulation after the pair sat near an infected nurse on a Cleveland-to-Dallas flight. They vowed to stay in their homes for 21 days, a move suggested — but not required — by the CDC.
“It doesn’t take an intelligent person to make a good decision,” Goode, who comes from a family of pharmacists, told the Daily News. “If a stripper can make a decision that’s more responsible than the CDC, then surely other people can make those decisions, too. It’s not rocket science.”
Goode and Cole placed themselves in quarantine after learning they sat just an arm’s length from health care worker Amber Vinson on Monday’s flight. The men are feeling fine; neither has reported a fever.
Apparently, Mr. Goode was the one who did the contacting. After seeing reports of the nurse and the CDC’s request that additional passengers on the Frontier Airlines flight check in, he called the CDC and was placed on hold for 81 minutes before he was able to inform them that his sexy bod would be behind closed doors for the next 21 days. The next day, Dallas authorities contacted the pair and personally requested that they honor the three-week quarantine and the two happily agreed, and probably immediately started Skype accounts.
When they’re released, the two will be able to go back to stripping and posing provacatively on the covers of Harlequinn romances.