Last night my band played a gig at the local bar. We didn't have a huge crowd, but the crowd we did have was really into what we were doing. During our third set, this hot little number started shaking her booty and writhing around in front of me, obviously trying to get my attention (it worked ). At one point, she started grinding on my leg and touching my arms and stomach. She got so close, her body was actually muting some of my strings! Well, that was the set-up, here is the problem -- my girlfriend was also there and was watching the whole scenario. After the song we were playing was over, I pulled this girl aside and told her that not only did I have a girlfriend, but that said girlfriend had been watching this little "lap-dance" from the very start. After we finished the set and I was packing up my gear, I went over to my girlfriend to smooth things out with her. She acted like it didn't bother her and that everything was fine -- until I got home. It was at this point that she began crying and yelling at me about what had happened. She claims she knows that I didn't really do anything wrong and that I handled the situation as I should have, but she was having a hard time with what she saw anyway. Does anyone have a story like this? Does anyone have any advice on how to deal with these situations more effectively when they come up? I thought about buying a cheap wedding band to wear when I play out from now on -- is this too "over-the-top?" Help!