Early look at Wild Animal Park, troubled elephants come to the zoo, China’s panda hunter and pandas end up in San Diego, the morality of SeaWorld’s dolphins
Various Authors 3:49 p.m., Dec. 3
The saga continues! Following the news that the Chula Vista City Council had held a series of emergency Happy Hour sessions at local tavern Wetbacks, Eyecandy Cabaret manager Randy Bumregard was quick to respond. "They put in a law saying that the dancers cannot touch the customers. So we made sure that the dancers never touched anything but the customer's pants and shirt during lap dances. They put in another law, this time saying there had to be a six-foot buffer between the dancer and the customer. So we made sure the customers put an oversized buffing cloth on their laps during lap dances. But that got 'em angry, I guess. Now they've gone after the fact that when we applied for our tenant-improvement permit, we called ourselves a comedy club. So they're saying our dancers have to...well, see for yourself."