Strip Club in L.A. Forced To Close Down Due To Violating COVID-19 Orders

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A strip club in Southern California, Bliss Showgirls, has been shutdown after they allegedly violated closure orders due to COVID-19. 

Earlier last week, the club made an instagram post stating that the club would remain open with the post reading “Attention, Bliss Showgirls will be open. Want to stay away from corona, we got 10 min, 15 min, and 25 min quarantines with your favorite showgirl.” 

After the post, the club’s owner told Fox 11 that the Instagram had been hacked and Bliss Showgirls was closed since he was taking the safety of his employees and customers very seriously. “We are taking the safety of our employees and customers very serious. I closed my doors Thursday after hearing about the shutdown,” he said. “Had security outside the club for a few nights after my Instagram account got hacked the next morning with invites being sent out which was through a dancer who used to run the page who got fired months ago.”

Undercover news reporters from Fox 11 later found that the club was indeed still open, and that bouncers were checking patrons’ temperatures at the door. Following being presented with this information, the owner responded with “You can lose my number, cause I have no further comment.” 

LA county Sheriff told Fox 11 that there are more businesses that are non-complying to closure orders.

“We’ve received complaints on particular businesses that have not been adhering to social distancing. Chief among them have been gun shops, night clubs, bars, and strip clubs, so we’ve fanned out and we’re making sure these businesses are complying.”

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