A Russian man brought two strippers into a branch of his bank for a bizarre stunt to teach them 'how to treat your clients'.
The unnamed man was filmed walking into a branch of Sberbank, Russia's largest bank, in the capital of Moscow alongside two women.
To music he provided, the women then start dancing before taking their clothes off as aghast staff watch on.
The women can even be seen climbing up on desks and chairs in the bank as they take their bras off while gyrating to the music.
The disgruntled bank customer is heard saying: 'You have got me to the brink of a nervous breakdown. This is how you should treat clients.
Oleg Vlasov, who is head of PR for Sberbank, said: 'The incident took place in one of the Sberbank offices in Moscow at the beginning of May.
'The problem of this client was solved even before he initiated this incident in the Sberbank branch.
The same law was famously used to jail two Pussy Riot singers for performing a protest song in a Moscow cathedral.