More arrests pending after strip club raid
The tribunal heard police witnessed 29 counts of these lewd acts over a three-hour period one night. Check what people are looking for now: Practical travel advice to help you choose the best time for a vacation.
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But on 20 September, his nigghtspot successfully overturned clause two of the punishment, meaning he is now allowed to enter the club again. CCTV showed strippers touching customers in a breach of the venue's licence conditions Police complained about the breaches to the Liquor and Gaming Authority which handed down its punishment to Flevotomos in May this year.
This has all culminated in nightspof search warrant this morning. Pictured: The Dollhouse The millionaire club owner was busted after an month investigation by the Liquor and Gaming Authority found strippers were engaging in sexual acts with customers such as fondling, lap dances, and kissing. Customers and workers were also caught on CCTV using illegal drugs, according to tribunal documents.
The year-old was delighted at being able to step foot in his strip club once more. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners.
Booking, reviews and advice on hotels, resorts, vacation rentals, dollhous packages, and a lot more! Investigators obtained CCTV footage in showing scantily-clad dancers straddling guests and performing naked lap dances. Share A probe into alleged drug-dealing and serious licensing breaches at a Kings Cross strip club has been underway for months and isn't over yet, Sydney police say. Officers raided the Dollhouse Nightspot in Potts Point in the early hours of Sunday morning as part of a long-running drug supply investigation dubbed Operation Pinocchio.
Attempts to contact the club for comment on Sunday were unsuccessful, and the property appeared to be empty when visited by AAP. But in police found it was breaching several licence conditions nighspot strippers wearing no underwear, touching customers and performing away from the stage.
Well, I can't run it, but I'm back in,' he told Daily Telegraph.