The Hooters restaurant chain faces a federal class action lawsuit for revealing too many figures. The issue is exposure of credit card numbers, not the skimpy outfits of Hooters waitresses.

Jorge Fernandez of Miami alleges in U.S. District Court in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., that the Hooters restaurant in Coconut Grove has been printing out the full credit and debit card numbers of its customers on receipts in violation of federal law. Fernandez claims that policy unnecessarily exposes Hooters customers to identity theft.

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