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Harley van Dangerfield, lifting the stage during a fire routine at the Crazy Horse club in Adelaide on Tuesday evening (photo)

Miss Nude Australia contestant is disqualified after setting fire to the stage during a spirited performance with $ 3,000 damage

  • Harley van Dangerfield was disqualified for the Crazy Horse competition
  • She performed for Miss Nude Australia when she set fire to the stage
  • The room was evacuated after the sprinklers were turned on and left $ 3,000 damage
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Competitors for Miss Nude Australia often try to make pulses race and raise temperatures with their suggestive dance routines.

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But it became too hot to handle for an unfortunate participant after lighting a fire on stage that quickly got out of hand.

The Crazy Horse strip club in Adelaide had to be evacuated after Harley van Dangerfield's performance on Tuesday night.

Van Dangerfield was immediately disqualified from the competition after the building had to be evacuated when the sprinklers arrived.

During her dance route Mrs. Van Dangerfield poured a bottle of flammable liquid over the stage before she set fire to it.

As the show continued, the flames spread to the curtains around the stage.

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& # 39; I'm sorry for everything that happened last night, & # 39; Van Dangerfield wrote on an Instagram post since then.

& # 39; It was an accident for all competitors and the management team.

Harley van Dangerfield, lifting the stage during a fire routine at the Crazy Horse club in Adelaide on Tuesday evening (photo)

Harley van Dangerfield, lifting the stage during a fire routine at the Crazy Horse club in Adelaide on Tuesday evening (photo)

& # 39; I am officially disqualified, good luck everyone in Miss Nude this year. & # 39;

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Rescuers estimate that the stunt caused a total of $ 3,000 in damage.

Sprinklers stayed on even after the flames were extinguished and 200 people had to take to the streets.

& # 39; She just kept dancing, & # 39; told a patron News.com.au.

Sprinklers stayed on even after the flames were extinguished and 200 people were forced into the street (photo is Mrs. van Dangerfield)

Sprinklers stayed on even after the flames were extinguished and 200 people were forced into the street (photo is Mrs. van Dangerfield)

Sprinklers stayed on even after the flames were extinguished and 200 people were forced into the street (photo is Mrs. van Dangerfield)

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& # 39; I think she was done with the clubs … and she put them down and then she sprayed the liquid ring around her and then lit it, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; The fire alarms went off and the next minute the nozzles go all over the stage. & # 39;

Mrs. van Dangerfield said fire dancing as a & # 39; symbol of resilience & # 39; in an Instagram message.

& # 39; I survived domestic violence, drug addiction, debilitating mourning and essentially hit low point & # 39 ;, she wrote.

& # 39; It required a level of power that I never knew I had to survive, I feel that power when I see the flames dance. & # 39;

Mrs. van Dangerfield has since been disqualified for the Miss Nude Australia event and apologized through Instagram
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Mrs. van Dangerfield has since been disqualified for the Miss Nude Australia event and apologized through Instagram

Mrs. van Dangerfield has since been disqualified for the Miss Nude Australia event and apologized through Instagram

Miss Nude Australia is a striptease competition with artists from all over Australia.

The winners and runner-ups of each state perform for three nights during the final of the competition, held in Crazy Horse.

& # 39; The winner is selected after being judged based on smile, hair, shape, beauty, personality, charm and grace. In short, the woman who is a complete package is chosen as Miss Nude Australia & # 39 ;, is the website.

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Many of the designs include erotic costumes, water and air tricks.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Crazy Horse for comments.

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