You'd never know this from the sidewalk, but the top-floor penthouse in a Seattle condo building might have a dirty little secret. High up in the sky, the corner unit has been hiding nine poles, including a few in the bedroom and bathroom, in just 2,666 square feet of space. This intriguing discovery has Curbed Seattle wondering whether the one-bedroom property, currently on the market for $1.79M, was actually a private strip club at some point. And it's not baseless speculation. The home, which also comes with two stages, a theatre area, and a hot tub, once belonged to Arthur Eisenberg, a local entrepreneur who operated multiple phone sex companies. Anyway, the photos are pretty convincing.