§ 113.071  WORKERS; OPERATORS.
   (A)   It is unlawful for any worker of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether licensed under this chapter, to do any of the following acts or for an operator of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether licensed hereunder, to knowingly permit, suffer, aid, allow or encourage any worker to do any of the following acts:
      (1)   To engage or participate in a straddle dance with a customer at the establishment or business;
      (2)   To offer, contract or otherwise agree with a customer to engage or participate in a straddle dance with a person at the establishment or business;
      (3)   To engage or participate in any specified sexual activity or activities at the establishment or business with a customer, himself or herself or a worker;
      (4)   To display or expose at the establishment or business specified anatomical areas except in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and other applicable law;
      (5)   To request or accept a tip or gratuity from a customer except at an adult performance establishment;
      (6)   To work in an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business that he or she knows or should know is not licensed under this chapter, or which has a license which is under suspension, has been revoked or canceled, or has expired, regardless of whether he, she or it has applied for and obtained a license under this chapter;
      (7)   To display or expose specified anatomical areas except in accordance with Chapter 131, Public Nudity, as codified, while engaging in personal advertising, pandering or solicitation, whether passive or otherwise, on behalf of the worker, any other worker, or the establishment or business while situated outside any structure at the establishment or business, or at a place at the establishment or business where the worker is visible from any public right-of-way or sidewalk. PERSONAL ADVERTISING means encouraging or enticing, by whatever direct or indirect means, potential customers outside the doors of the establishment or business to enter the establishment or business;
      (8)   To suffer, permit or allow any door of the business or establishment that is visible from a public right-of-way or sidewalk to be opened or remain opened except when a person is entering or exiting the establishment or business;
      (9)   To allow or encourage a customer to intentionally touch or fondle, either directly or through a medium, any specified anatomical area of the customer, a worker or another customer;
      (10)   If the worker is a female, to allow herself to be intentionally touched on her clothed or unclothed breast(s) by a customer;
      (11)   If a worker is a female, to allow herself to be intentionally touched by a customer on any portion of her body below the waist and above the knee;
      (12)   To display or expose any specified anatomical area unless and only to the extent permitted by Chapter 131, Public Nudity, as codified, and the stage on which the worker is located is not located between the legs of a customer;
      (13)   To provide or engage in any private performance unless and only to the extent permitted by this chapter;
      (14)   To remain in the presence of a customer who is exposing specified anatomical areas less covered than permitted by Chapter 131, Public Nudity, as codified, at the establishment or in the presence of a worker or another customer;
      (15)   To violate or aid or abet in a violation of the provisions of this chapter;
      (16)   To encourage or knowingly permit any customer to intentionally touch, fondle, massage or manipulate, either directly or indirectly through a medium, any of the customer’s specified anatomical areas on the premises of the establishment or when in the presence of another customer or worker;
      (17)   To encourage or solicit any customer to engage in any specified sexual activity;
      (18)   To intentionally touch, fondle, massage or manipulate any customer on the customer’s clothed or unclothed body between the waist and above the knee; or
      (19)   To provide or serve alcoholic beverages to any customer or worker for consumption on the premises of any adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business.
   (B)   It is unlawful for any worker of a sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether it is licensed under this chapter, to do any of the following acts, or for an operator of a sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether it is licensed under this chapter, to knowingly or with reason to know permit suffer or allow any worker to commit any of the following acts:
      (1)   To accept a tip or gratuity from or on behalf of a customer in addition to the service fee stated in the written customer contract;
      (2)   To begin a meeting or service, continue a meeting or service, solicit a meeting or service or make or solicit a sale between the hours of 10:00 p.m. of any particular day and 9:00 a.m. the following day;
      (3)   Provide commercial bodily contact except at the physical structure of the establishment which has a commercial bodily contact establishment license;
      (4)   To provide any service not posted as required by this chapter; or
      (5)   To provide any service without first executing a customer contract.
   (C)   It is unlawful for any worker of an adult entertainment establishment or sexually-oriented business, regardless of whether licensed pursuant to this chapter, to knowingly permit, suffer, aid, allow or encourage any customer to do any of the following acts:
      (1)   To intentionally touch, fondle, massage or manipulate, either directly or indirectly through a medium, any of the customer’s specified anatomical areas when at the establishment or business or while in the presence of a worker or another customer;
      (2)   To intentionally touch, fondle, massage or manipulate, either directly or indirectly through a medium, any specified anatomical area of another customer or a worker when at the establishment or business or while in the presence of a worker or customer;
      (3)   To engage in any specified sexual activities at the establishment or business with a worker, customer, himself or herself or with another customer;
      (4)   To expose the customer’s specified anatomical areas at the establishment or business or when receiving services or when in the presence of a worker or another customer;
      (5)   To engage or participate in a straddle dance;
      (6)   To intentionally touch, fondle, massage or manipulate a worker at any point below the waist and above the knee; or
      (7)   To intentionally touch a female worker on the clothed or unclothed breast.
(Ord. 2007-11, passed 6-26-2007)  Penalty, see § 113.999