A Southern California strip club has finally slammed its doors shut after a local news station rightly ratted them out for staying open The story's pretty wild Apparently, they refused to comply with the shutdown order of non-essential businesses across the city and state The local news team sent some reporters of theirs undercover out to the club to record footage of several patrons coming and out, clearly showing Bliss was open for business. Not only that, but Bliss' own social media accounts had defiantly stated they weren't closing, something the owner of the club told Fox 11 was due to a disgruntled ex-employee who had hacked the account.
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A Los Angeles County strip club at the center of a television news sting because it refused to comply with coronavirus guidelines was shut down Friday. The wheels fell off. We got minute, minute and minute quarantine specials with your favorite showgirls. The advertisement came despite orders on March 16 and 19 from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department to close nonessential businesses.
Bliss Showgirls in the Avocado Heights community had been brazenly violating strict orders to shut down, but in a follow-up, FOX 11 found out the day after our story aired, the strip club was forced to shut down. A viewer tipped FOX 11 off that Bliss Showgirls near Industry was staying open for business despite state and county emergency order to close down as a nonessential business amidst the coronavirus pandemic. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said.
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