A divided Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania has ruled that a Philadelphia restaurant violated its permit by providing an area on the premises where patrons could openly have sex with each other. In part, the panel majority turned a cold shoulder to the club owners' citing of a case in which off-track betting had been found under a state code to be an accessory use to a restaurant. Said one judge: "Currently, we are aware of no such legislation associating semi-public sexual activity with haute cuisine."
Having Sex With Your Entree? Not So Fast, Says Court
The Legal Intelligencer
May 6, 2008