§ 113-02  Indecent Exposure by Entertainers and Waitresses Prohibited.
   Any person entertaining or performing any dance or in any play, exhibition, show or other entertainment, or any female serving food or spirituous liquors as defined by Title 4, Chapter 1, Article 1, Arizona Revised Statutes, 1956, as amended, in a restaurant, nightclub, bar, cabaret, tavern, tap room, theater or in a private, fraternal, social, golf or country club, as defined by said statute, or in any public place who appears clothed, costumed, unclothed or uncostumed in such a manner that the areola (the more darkly pigmented portion of the breast encircling the nipple) is not covered by a brassiere consisting of a fully opaque fabric material, or the lower part of his or her torso, consisting of the private parts or anal cleft or cleavage of the buttocks, is not covered by a fully opaque fabric material or is so thinly covered as to appear uncovered, shall be guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.
('80 Code, § 20-107)  (Ord. 1798, passed 12-20-78)  Penalty, see § 10-99