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Three Sexy Secrets to Help Sneak Past Security at Maxim's Masquerade Halloween Party

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Are you an 18- to 35-year-old alpha male? Do you love scantily clad women and binge drinking? Were you ever caught masturbating to PG-13 pictures of teen-romp starlets?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're going to flip your shit when you hear that Maxim Magazine is hosting the wildest Halloween party on South Beach.

General admission tickets start at just $25. But if you're a broke fool trying to creep on the cheap, we've got a few ideas to help you get past security. And all it's going to take are a few sexy friends.

Military Pinup Girl

Find your hottest friend and dress her up like a sexy drill sergeant. Tell the doorman she's part of Maxim's "Military Pinup Girls" series, and he'll have to let you in.

The New Girl at Maxim

Not only are Maxim's models hot, but so are the mag's employees. Check out its newest office assistant.

She's With the Circus

No, idiot, not circus, the cirque. There's going to be a "live cirque performance" at the Halloween ball.

Maxim Masquerade Halloween Party. Saturday, October 29. Club Play, 1054 Fifth St., Miami Beach. Tickets cost $25 plus fees via wantickets.com. Call 305-532-4340 or visit clubplaysouthbeach.com.

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