Rudd's sister-in-law 'was a stripper' :lol: :lol: :lol: Kevin Rudd has been linked to strippers yet again, with his sister-in-law revealing she used to work as an "exotic dancer" in Brisbane. Okhola Rudd, the wife of the opposition leader's brother Greg, told News Ltd yesterday she spent several months working at a Brisbane strip club in 2001. "I didn't need to dance as an exotic dancer, it was just a stage that I went through," Mrs Rudd, 30, said. "Some people go through drugs, some people choose to dance as an exotic dancer. It was fun for me. "I am from the part of the world where I had never experienced that kind of stuff, so I just did it because it was there and it was fun to do." The effect Mrs Rudd's revelations may have on the opposition leader's approval ratings is unclear, with a new poll showing his lead has continued to increase. The latest Newspoll shows Mr Rudd's rating as preferred prime minister at 46 percent, up one percentage point on a fortnight ago. The survey was conducted between Friday and Sunday, the day in which Mr Rudd's 2003 drunken night in a New York strip club was revealed. Meanwhile, the owner of the Scores strip club in New York has described Mr Rudd's infamous visit, labelling him "rowdy, snotty and uppity". Although the venue's owner, Elliot Osher, did not like Mr Rudd's character, he said he did not get into any altercations with staff. "I looked online and they started putting a lot of baloney reports out there and I'm the owner of the club and I'm there and I'm telling you this guy did not touch a girl, and he was not thrown out, and he acted like a gentleman," Mr Osher told the Courier Mail. "Nobody in the party touched a girl. "The people he was with, you could tell they had a few drinks, and they were just acting snotty, you know uppity. Like: 'Get me this, get me that'." Mr Rudd has said he only attended a strip club once before, when he was at university. Prime Minister John Howard has refused to comment.