Five dancers arrested at St. Pete strip club

Full story: WTSP Tampa Bay 6
St. Petersburg, Florida - Pinellas County Detective arrested five performers and cited the manager of Vegas Showgirls in St. Full Story
Just Me

Lakeland, FL

#2 Sep 20, 2007
awwww...those poor sweet girls were just trying to make a living!

"This is the third time in six moths dancers have been arrested at the club for illegal activity."

How about six MONTHS...
Ashamed

Deltona, FL

#3 Nov 18, 2008
I dated one who was dancing there, prostituting, behind my back during that time.
JimmyB

United States

#4 Dec 22, 2008
Big freeking deal.... They weren't wearing their "t i t t y-tape" and that's why they got busted.

No prostitution there as the women genuinely want to meet new and exciting guys!!! If she likes you... she will do you.....

Simple as that!!
malissa leigh

Valrico, FL

#5 Sep 15, 2009
well if the girls would do as they are told then they wouldn't have got in trouble. so thats there fault if they dnt want to where and titi tape go to a place where its full nude. there just isn't no alcohol big deal drink before u get there.
tax payers loose

Saint Petersburg, FL

#6 Dec 5, 2010
As a tax payer, I wish my taxes were put to better use. I will volunteer to watch the girls for free. Can the money be spent on security camera's in public area's to prosecute real criminals. Property and area's that are private should be the responsibility of the owners. Ever wonder why the USA is tops on crime and murder. Give the tax payers more choices on budget and services. The justice system needs to focus on the citizens for protection from habitual criminals that take advantage of the system. Murder, violence and thief should be a higher priority; plus let the police have the time and tools to investigate crime against the good honest citizens.
DrSmith

Saint Petersburg, FL

#7 Dec 27, 2010
tax payers loose wrote:
As a tax payer, I wish my taxes were put to better use. I will volunteer to watch the girls for free. Can the money be spent on security camera's in public area's to prosecute real criminals. Property and area's that are private should be the responsibility of the owners. Ever wonder why the USA is tops on crime and murder. Give the tax payers more choices on budget and services. The justice system needs to focus on the citizens for protection from habitual criminals that take advantage of the system. Murder, violence and thief should be a higher priority; plus let the police have the time and tools to investigate crime against the good honest citizens.
Totally agree. Find something better to do with your doughnut time.
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