§ 113.27  CONDITIONS ON LIVE ENTERTAINMENT.
   (A)   Live entertainment, whether in a state of nudity or clothed, shall not touch any patron.
   (B)   No patron shall touch any live entertainment, whether in a state of nudity or clothed.
   (C)   Live entertainment, whether in a state of nudity or clothed, shall be performed only upon a stage or surface at least 18 inches above floor level. No patron shall be allowed on the stage.
   (D)   Live entertainment, whether in a state of nudity or clothed, shall be performed behind one of the following:
      (1)   A bar, railing, fence or other similar barrier to keep patrons at least 60 inches away from all parts of the stage. The bar, railing, fence or other similar barrier shall be at least 42 inches and not more than 54 inches above floor level; or
      (2)   A solid, floor-to-ceiling wall, window or other similar barrier to prevent physical contact between patrons and live entertainment. No opening in the barrier is permitted.
   (E)   Live entertainment, in a state of nudity, is prohibited at a licensed liquor establishment.
   (F)   The licensee shall keep on file the full name, any aliases, including stage names, addresses and proof of age of all live entertainment. Such records shall be maintained for a period of at least three years.
(Ord. 93, passed 11-18-2002)  Penalty, see § 113.99