In Las Vegas, a strip club has come up with an inventive way to bring cheer to travelers affected by the disruption of travel across the country.

Hustler Club, owned by Larry Flynt, posted on social media that they are offering special discounts and complimentary transport from the Las Vegas airport to those who have been affected by holiday travel delays.

Announced on social media that, in this agreement, those affected by travel dilemmas can enter the building without a fee and receive a complimentary first drink. The sole condition is that you must present the strip club personnel with your flight cancellation ticket.

The deal comes as flights across the country have been canceled due to the winter storms and issues with on.Due to the winter storms and a problem with one of the airlines' websites, many flights throughout the country have been cancelled

Southwest Airlines have been at the center of nationwide scrutiny after 2,900 flights were canceled Monday, according to a tracking website FlightAware.

Until December 31, there are no flights available from or into LAX from a number of airports, including Sea-Tac (SEA), Phoenix (PHX), New York (LGA), and San Francisco (SFO), according to Southwest Airlines'

Even though it was sunny and pleasant outside, Los Angeles was not spared from the nationwide travel chaos.

 More than 100 flights were cancelled on Monday at LAX, 60 at Long Beach, 80 at Hollywood Burbank, 50 at Ontario International, and 100 at John Wayne.