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Friday, February 05, 2010

Washington cities cracking down on "sexpresso" stands

Three years after Washington coffee shops started hiring bikini-clad baristas, cities are cracking down on businesses where the women are serving more than coffee.

In Everett, Wash., five women face prostitution charges for allegedly charging up to $80 to let customers fondle or photograph them.

"This is not Malibu Barbie standing at a coffee stand selling coffee," said City of Everett spokeswoman Kate Reardon.

| Bob Cronkleton

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