Tuesday, March 04, 2008

"Lytle-Area Strip Club Shut Down"

Well, The Cabaret Dance Club in Lytle has closed down.

KSAT-12 has the story.

The Cabaret strip club was shutdown [sic] by the Medina County Sheriff's office and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission after two strippers were arrested for public lewdness and a club bouncer was arrested for having an outstanding warrant.

Three customers were arrested for various charges, including one for possession of a prohibited weapon and two others on drug charges.

"The people have spoken," Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown said. "It is not who we are here in Medina County, it's not what we want in Medina County and we are going to work to get something in the books to keep this from happening again.["]


Sounds like they were just waiting for someone in this club to screw up so they could shut it down. Prigs. I wonder if they will start watching all clubs and bars with the same scrutiny.

1 comment:

Rob La Gesse said...

Amazing how small towns (or towns with a small town mentality) can use the most unusual ways to thwart the word of the Supreme Court, AND the will of the people.

If the club had no patrons, it would not need the police to close it down. What kept it open? Clients! People who WANTED it there.

But they aren't important. I guess.