Leave the pole-dancing to the pros.
A Manhattan woman who took a nasty spill while dangling from a stripper pole during a workout at an upper East Side Crunch is suing the fitness chain.
Sue Ann Wee says in a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit that she suffered "serious injuries" when she tumbled off the pole during a June class.
"It's a dangerous maneuver," said Nicholas Warywoda, a lawyer for Wee. "But if you tell somebody to do it, you have to be ready to spot them."
Wee was upside-down and hanging onto the pole with her legs when she asked an instructor for help, Warywoda said. "He just left her hanging," he said.
The spill left Wee with injuries that kept her out of work for six months.
"The problem is not with these types of classes," said Warywoda, of Douglas & London. "The problem comes when you don't properly supervise the people in those classes."
Wee, an experienced ballroom and tap dancer, was wearing sneakers when she took her first crack at the tricky move because of the instructor's prodding, Warywoda said. She had signed up for the free class at a friend's insistence, the lawyer said.
A Crunch spokeswoman declined comment.