WAIT for the punchline: Strippers Sue San Diego Police

To protect and Serve?

30 strippers are suing San Diego police for violating their rights during “licensing inspections.” Oh, this has gotta be good, right? I bet there’s a line out the police station door on strip club inspection day. Nobody calls in sick.

The strippers were “nearly nude” (strippers? Nearly nude?) when their pictures were taken (uh-oh) while officers made “arrogant and demeaning remarks” and intimidated the strippers to keep them from leaving, the lawsuit alleges.

The term “unreasonable search” takes on new meaning as the strippers’ lawyers asserts their rights were violated by the vice squad officers.

Look forward to the city settling out of court for a few million to the strippers.

All in singles.

 

 

 

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