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Dancers protect private parts


Detectives from Seminole County's vice unit insisted that dancers at Rachel's World-Class Men's Club turn over employee registration records that listed the dancers' home phone numbers, addresses and Social Security numbers. The club's owners refused, noting that Casselberry's adult-entertainment ordinance requires only that the records be kept on premises.

Still, vice agents insisted on seeing the records during an April 30 raid. Earlier this week, the club filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking the disclosure.

Asks lawyer David Wasserman: "Why do the city fathers of Casselberry have to have these girls' addresses and phone numbers?"

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