§ 113.104  SPECIAL PROHIBITIONS RELATED TO COMMERCIAL BODILY CONTACT.
   It is unlawful for a worker of a commercial bodily contact establishment, regardless of whether licensed pursuant to this chapter, to commit any of the following acts or for the operator of a commercial bodily contact establishment, regardless of whether licensed thereunder, to knowingly or with reason to know, permit, suffer, aid, assist or allow any worker to commit any of the following acts:
   (A)   To provide commercial bodily contact or to be present at the premises of the business when open for business unless covering their specified anatomical areas by wearing an opaque surgical type gown;
   (B)   To display or expose any specified anatomical area except in accordance with Chapter 131, Public Nudity, as codified, to a customer.
   (C)   To allow a customer to expose or display the customer’s specified anatomical areas except in accordance with Chapter 131, Public Nudity, as codified, in the presence of a worker;
   (D)   To allow a customer to engage in any specified sexual activity with himself or herself, another customer or with a worker;
   (E)   To perform or provide commercial bodily contact except at the premises of a commercial bodily contact establishment licensed under this chapter;
   (F)   To engage in or offer to engage in private modeling or the activities of an escort with any customer;
   (G)   To provide commercial bodily contact or service to a customer without first executing a customer contract as required by this chapter;
   (H)   To intentionally touch, fondle, manipulate or massage the specified anatomical area of any customer;
   (I)   To allow any customer to intentionally touch, fondle, manipulate or massage any specified anatomical area of any worker or the body of any worker below the waist and above the knee, directly, indirectly or through a medium;
   (J)   To remain in the presence of any customer who is displaying, exposing, intentionally touching, fondling or manipulating any specified anatomical area;
   (K)   To allow any customer to intentionally touch, massage or manipulate any specified anatomical area while on the premises of the business or when in the presence of a worker;
   (L)   To solicit or require a customer to remove any item of clothing as a prerequisite to providing commercial bodily contact;
   (M)   To accept or solicit any tip, remuneration, consideration or gratuity in excess of the fee provided in the executed customer contract;
   (N)   To accept or solicit any tip, remuneration, consideration or gratuity in exchange for any enhanced service;
   (O)   To fail to require a customer to cover the customers’ specified anatomical areas with a towel, robe, undergarment, bathing suit or other similar fully opaque material while on the premises of the business; and
   (P)   To engage in or offer to engage in any private performance or act as an adult model.
(Ord. 2007-11, passed 6-26-2007)  Penalty, see § 113.999