Sec. 27-407.  Additional regulations concerning public nudity.

 

(a)    It shall be an offense for a person who, with knowledge and intent, appears in person in a state of nudity in a sexually oriented business. It is a defense to prosecution under this subsection if the person was in a restroom not open to the public view or visible by any other person, or if the person was an employee in a dressing room not open to the public or within the public view.

 

(b)    It shall be an offense for a person who, with knowledge and intent, appears in person in a semi-nude condition on the sexually oriented business premises, unless the person is an employee who, while semi-nude, is at least four feet from any patron or customer and on a stage at least two feet above the floor level of the audience.

 

(c)    It shall be an offense for an employee, while semi-nude on the sexually oriented business premises, to solicit any pay or gratuity from any patron or customer, or for any patron or customer to pay or give any gratuity to any employee, while said employee is semi-nude.

 

(d)    It shall be an offense for an employee, while semi-nude, to touch a patron or the clothing of a patron, or for a patron to touch a semi-nude employee or the clothing of a semi-nude employee, while said employee is on the premises of the sexually oriented business.

 

Source:  Ord. No. 5727, 5, 04-19-2021;