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A drunk customer of 'Tashi Tagay drayang' grabs a female dancer who works at the club. Drayangs are clubs where girls work dancing for male clients. Most of the girls come from poor rural families and for them it's an easy way to earn some money. They wear traditional Bhutanese clothes and dance for men who come to the 'drayangs' to drink beer. Although officially all 'drayangs' close their doors around midnight and girls are supposed to sleep inside, many clients exchange their phone numbers with the dancers and later meet somewhere else for sex.