Councilman Bradley: ‘If I were the Thirsty Hippo, I would sue the city.’ Plus Delgado & Ware together at 3D lounge.

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Somebody sure was having a good time together, but it didn't involve Kim Bradley. Expressing outrage that the 3D lounge was able to open with only 47 parking spaces for an occupancy permit of 325 patrons, Councilman Bradley said in session to Mayor Johnny Dupree, "If I were the Thirsty Hippo, I would sue the city." and "I guess we are going to have 9 people per car". Mayor Dupree responded that these were a different set of circumstances, but didn't outline the circumstances. Ware chuckled and cracked jokes about the lounge being named after Councilwoman Delgado with her initials being "DDD". Councilman Ware, I wonder if the Thirsty Hippo is laughing?

What's interesting and came to light recently was Hattiesburg Councilwoman Deborah Delgado and Councilman Dave ware were caught together at the 3D lounge, and Bradley sounds like he wants to get to the bottom of it, figuratively speaking of course.

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24 thoughts on “Councilman Bradley: ‘If I were the Thirsty Hippo, I would sue the city.’ Plus Delgado & Ware together at 3D lounge.

    1. Britton K. Loftin

      Tom Garmon … Could be but thats not a reason for him suggesting that Hippo sue the city. Who is Bradley in bed with at the Hippo… thats the real question. …So to Bradley… WHO IS YOUR FRIEND THAT YOU WISH TO ADVISE AT THE HIPPO? let's hear it.

    2. Tom Garmon

      What I still would like to know is (A) What you said and (B) what the councilwoman and councilman were doing there in lieu of the police showing up to shut the place down. This wasn't a coincidence that they happened to be there, AND they happened to be there when the police showed up to close the place down. Was the Chief overstepping his boundaries and they were there to protect due process? There are plenty of logical explanations, but none have been forthcoming, which only raises speculation.

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