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Calif. Coffee Shop Cited for Nude Waitresses

September 09, 2011  | 

San Jose (Calif.) Police are cracking down on Vietnamese coffee shops who are offering more than just sugar with their coffee.

San Jose PD officers on Sunday observed several waitresses of the Quyen cafe showing too much skin. Three workers ages 22, 22, and 23 were cited for display of public nudity.

The coffee shops have been getting complaints from wives of patrons for hosting a strip-club-like atmosphere.

Source: NBC Bay Area


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