A 67-year-old man died while getting lap dances at an El Paso strip club after he reportedly had a heart attack at the Red Parrot strip club.

Robert Gene White, a patron of the El Paso, Tex., strip club, was unresponsive Friday night after the lap dances ended, the strip club's manager told KVIA-TV.

CPR was performed on the 67-year-old White, but it was unsuccessful and EMS personnel took him to an area hospital. White died at the hospital

White likely suffered from a heart attack while getting lap dances at the Red Parrot, according to KTSM-TV.

The El Paso sheriff's office said there were no signs of foul play in White's death, which is still under investigation, according to KTSM.

The Red Parrot in El Paso was founded in 1994 by former New York Giants center Kevin Belcher, according to the strip club's website. Belcher played on the team in the 1980s.

The Red Parrot recently held the Suncity Biker Fest, billed as a day of bikes, babes, and bands. The event included a Bas Ass Tattoo Contest and Keg Tossing.

The strip club also promoted 3Sum Tuesdays, where there's $3 cover, $3 Tecate tequila and $3 dances.