Swinging for Jesus!

A Dallas, Tx., club is being sued by the city for operating as an after-hours swingers club in a location marked for occupancy by a church.

The Playground, a swingers club that also operates as a church according to its owner, Glenn Hudson, is being sued for operating without a license for a sexually oriented business.

In a court hearing Tuesday, Hudson said The Playground is a religious “outreach mission,” the Dallas attorney’s office said a statement.

The city of Dallas says a man who claims his after-hours dance club is a church also operates a swingers club on a property licensed for a place of worship.

Dallas filed a lawsuit late Monday against Glenn Hudson, the owner of The Playground. The city said it is an unlicensed sexually oriented business that operates on a property in the 11300 block of Harry Hines Boulevard that has a certificate of occupancy as a church, mosque or synagogue.

In a court hearing Tuesday, Hudson said The Playground is a religious “outreach mission,” the Dallas attorney’s office said a statement.

Hudson similarly defended a business that was the subject of a separate lawsuit last week.

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The city filed suit over after-hours dance parties held at a “drug-infested” club that does not have a permit to operate as a dance club. Hudson told the city Darkside is a youth outreach ministry, according to court documents.

According to court papers, a three-month Dallas police investigation of The Playground indicates it is a swingers club that “caters to adults, often couples, who wish to engage in random consensual sexual activities on-site with adults other than their spouses.”

Hudson allegedly shows pornographic videos on big-screen televisions and has topless dancers. Court documents also said a VIP area offered beds, condoms and more pornographic videos.

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