Angela’s thong bikini leaves so little to the imagination that her customer never really looks her in the eye. He is instructed to sit on a couch and keep his hands by his sides. To throbbing disco music, she dances in front of him, rolling her hips, and then mounts him, kneeling, making contact with his lap and rubbing her barely covered bosom on his face.

The next night, an undercover cop who had filmed the private dance using a tiny, hidden video camera arrested Angela, six other employees, and two club managers of the Sahara Theater in Anaheim on charges of prostitution and unlawful touching.

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