Jul 2, 2007

Good News For Tommy Hook

If he moves to Salem, Oregon, anyhow.



SALEM, Ore. -- A Marion County judge said lap dances in Salem are protected by the free speech provisions of the Oregon Constitution.

Judge Albin Norblad's ruling struck down a city ban Friday on "prohibited touching" -- sexually exciting physical contact for pay.

The case involves 24-year-old Laurel Guillen, a dancer at a Salem club called Cheetah's, who gave a lap dance to an undercover officer in 2005.

Salem residents hoping to limit Salem strip club activity called the ruling a setback. They said they hope to get a measure on the ballot to amend the state constitution to strengthen local government regulation of strip clubs.

Cheetah's does not serve alcohol and is open to people 18 and older.

Salem City Attorney Randall Tosh declined comment but said the city would review the ordinance and consider an appeal.


Anonymous said...

Hey Tommy, just like you had a "couple" of beers, she has a "couple" of teats

Anonymous said...

Rumor has it that Tommy found himself cowed by the whole experience.

Anonymous said...

I heard that he had a beef with a couple of guys in the parking lot.

Anonymous said...

He must have. His face looked like hamburger afterwards.

Anonymous said...

The police gave him a pretty good grilling later.

Anonymous said...

Don't quit your day jobs.