Three Topless Female Coffee Shop Employees Cited

It seems that uniforms were optional at a Vietnamese coffee shop in San Jose, Calif., where three female employees were cited after they reportedly were caught serving customers while topless. Cited on suspicion of public nudity, but not arrested, the women will be forced to appear in criminal court.

According to the San Jose Mercury News, a reporter called the cafe and were told the charges were false. Police say uniformed officers walked into the coffee shop and “immediately” saw the topless servers. The paper describes the area of San Jose where the cafe is located as one known for the presence of barely-clothed servers at various businesses.

Police say they did not cite the owners of the coffee shop, but wouldn’t rule out doing so in the future.

San Jose: Three female Vietnamese coffee shop workers cited for being topless [Mercury News]

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