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Tighter rules for coffee stands begin soon

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【By Noah Haglund, Herald Writer】

EVERETT — Drive-through coffee stands featuring nearly naked baristas are being put on notice about stricter laws coming to Snohomish County.
New rules for adult entertainment and lewd conduct are set to take effect Jan. 7. They would apply to an estimated half dozen or more businesses in the county outside city limits.
Supporters of the new rules hope they spur other local governments, including Everett, to take similar action.
“We’ve actually taken the lead, and I hope that other people follow our lead,” County Council Chairman Mike Cooper said. “We’re not putting one person out of business.”
The County Council voted unanimously on Dec. 9 to regulate businesses as adult entertainment if employees show too much skin in public. The council also strengthened the county’s lewd conduct law, including tougher penalties and clarifying definitions for public places. That law also holds business owners and managers accountable for allowing lewd conduct.
County Executive Aaron Reardon signed the ordinances Monday. They become active in 10 calendar days.
Bill Wheeler, the owner of the Grab-N-Go chain of bikini espresso stands, said the new rules would have little impact on business.
“It’s not a problem,” he said. “My girls look just as beautiful in a bikini as they would in pasties anyways.”
The bikinis, however, appear to be a big draw for customers. After a stand on Murphy’s Corner near Mill Creek changed to more family-friendly attire about a month ago, business dropped by about 95 percent, Wheeler estimated.
“I don’t plan on doing that with any other stand,” he said. “Nobody wants to buy coffee from a clothing stand.”
Businesses that might be affected by the new rules should expect to receive a letter soon with a copy of the new laws and an application to apply for an adult business license, Auditor Carolyn Weikel said. Licensing takes about 30 days.
The auditor’s office does not have staff to go out and inspect the stands, Weikel said. Instead, county officials will rely on the public to report problems. That by itself might be enough to make some businesses change their practices, she said.
“Will they go as far as they have gone?” Weikel said. “No, not if the community keeps watching them. The community has a lot of impact.”
As recently as 2008, Weikel’s staff included three inspectors working in the field. Since then, one was laid off, another resigned and a third retired. The inspectors have not been replaced.
Cooper said the County Council should try to find a long-term solution for the inspections. While working on the rules for coffee stands and other business, it came to light that during the past year the auditor’s office has not been inspecting other adult businesses, such as strip clubs and exotic bookstores, he said. One option is moving those duties from the auditor to code-enforcement staff or another department.
“It’s not the barista issue that caused this to happen,” Cooper said. “We already weren’t doing the inspections.”
The county already licenses businesses identified as having a potential impact on health, safety or welfare, such as pawn brokers and strip clubs.
The new rules don’t prevent workers from wearing bikinis in public. Instead, they prohibit more revealing attire, such as thongs or pasties that don’t fully cover rear ends or the bottom portion of the breasts.
Under the new rules, sexually explicit signs are considered evidence of an adult business. The changes do not prohibit breast-feeding in public or artistic expression.
Community members who have been instrumental in pushing the county rules are likely to take the battle to Everett early next year. “We’re planning to go to the Everett City Council as sort of a next step,” said Shahram Hadian, who has organized local opposition to risque stands.
More stands are likely to set up shop in Everett if the city fails to strengthen its rules, he said, since the county and Lynnwood will have tougher laws.
Past complaints have included baristas flashing customers and performing simulated sex acts, as well as employees wearing thongs, pasties and other skimpy clothing. The county’s new rules already appear to be moderating behavior even before they take effect, Hadian said.
“I definitely think it’s had an impact,” he said. “The word has gotten out and they have toned down.”
Sheriff’s deputies have not made any recent arrests related to the stands and have not received many complaints about them lately, spokeswoman Rebecca Hover said. Deputies and Everett police are pursuing criminal charges from earlier this year against employees at coffee stands on Highway 99 and Broadway.

Noah Haglund: 425-339-3465, nhaglund@heraldnet.com.

 

資料來源: http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20091229/NEWS01/712299895

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十二月 26th, 2013 at 10:20 上午

Everett releases photos supporting charges of lewd behavior at Grab-n-Go

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【By Debra Smith, Herald Writer】

EVERETT — The city released photos Thursday that show baristas who worked at an Everett espresso stand engaged in sexually explicit acts so vulgar a city spokeswoman said she was uncomfortable releasing them.
The 17 photos were taken by Everett police detectives working undercover during a two-month investigation last summer. They were snapped at the Grab-n-Go Espresso stand on 8015 Broadway. Five women who worked at the stand later were charged with prostitution.
Officials released the photographs Thursday under public records laws.
When the prostitution investigation came to light, the stand owner denied knowledge of any illegal activity. Some in the community, including customers at the stands, insisted there was nothing more risque taking place than women in bathing suits selling coffee.
Everett officials wanted it made clear that they are “uncomfortable being the ones to deliver these explicit photographs,” said Kate Reardon, city spokeswoman.
The city did so to comply with state law.
At least three women can be identified in the photos, which show women engaging in sexually-explicit behavior.
In one photo, a barista is squatting in the drive-through window of the stand with her legs spread apart while wearing crotchless panties. In another, a different woman wearing a bikini is squatting in a window and pulling aside the bathing suit bottom to reveal her genitals.
In other photos, a barista inside the stand is exposing her pubic area while another woman licks whipped cream that was sprayed there.
Several photos show a woman bent over inside the stand with her bare rear facing the camera.
Bill Wheeler, the owner of four Grab-n-Go Espresso stands, said Thursday the photos were old news.
He said the media were picking on the women. He also offered some profanity-laced comments directed at The Herald.
“These girls may have made a mistake,” he said. “They have been punished for their bad judgment.”
The women’s prostitution cases are scheduled for a hearing Feb. 11 at Everett Municipal Court. If the matter isn’t resolved at the hearing, a jury trial has been set for Feb. 22.
The baristas filed a motion in November to stop the city from releasing the photographs, after the city notified them they would be released under the state public records law, said Ramsey Ramerman, a city attorney.
Snohomish County Superior Court Judge David Kurtz ruled Tuesday that the photos were not exempt from disclosure under public records law and must be released.
Kris McLeod last year reported observing baristas performing sexually explicit acts at another Grab-n-Go stand near Murphy’s Corner just across Everett city limits. Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies last year arrested some Grab-n-Go employees for alleged misconduct.
McLeod said the photos from the Everett investigation prove she and others were telling the truth about barista misbehavior. She and other people set up a Web site protesting the stands.
The coffee hut in front of her workplace, also owned by Wheeler, is now boarded up after Wheeler made the stand family-friendly by requiring the women to wear more clothes.
“Sometimes you just have to stand up for what you think is right,” she said. “We spoke the truth. We didn’t make anything up.”
At the Grab-n-Go stand on Broadway in south Everett, the one featured in the police photographs, business remained brisk. Thursday evening, a woman in a black bikini served coffee customers waiting in a line of vehicles.
The release of the police photos came on the same day tougher lewd conduct and licensing laws took effect in unincorporated Snohomish County. That law holds business owners and managers accountable for allowing lewd conduct.
The new county rules don’t apply to adult-themed espresso stands inside city limits.
City leaders across the county have been struggling with how to deal with balancing the rights of business owners with complaints from people about coffee stands with barely-dressed baristas.
In Everett, city leaders in October revised the lewd conduct law. The law doesn’t ban a woman from wearing pasties, or little more than a sheer top, in public, as long as her nipples and areolas are covered.
McLeod said her grass-roots organization plans to approach Everett leaders to urge them to pass even tougher laws. She and others also are working with state legislators.
Diana Hefley, Noah Haglund and Oscar Halpert contributed to this report.

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十二月 26th, 2013 at 10:18 上午

Five Everett bikini baristas charged with prostitution

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【By Diana Hefley, Herald Writer】
EVERETT — Five baristas are accused of engaging in prostitution at an Everett bikini espresso stand following a two-month undercover police investigation into complaints that the women were selling more than coffee.
Detectives say the women were charging up to $80 to strip down and flash customers while fixing lattes and mochas.
Investigators saw the women expose their crotches, lick whipped cream off their co-workers’ private parts and pose naked for pictures inside the Grab-n-Go Espresso stand at 8015 Broadway, according to police reports obtained by The Herald on Wednesday.

Detectives also witnessed some of the women charging customers to touch their bare breasts and naked buttocks. Touching of that kind, for pay, falls under the city’s definition of prostitution.
The women, ages 18 to 24, were charged Wednesday with multiple counts of prostitution and violating the city’s adult entertainment ordinance, both misdemeanors, Everett police Sgt. Robert Goetz said.
No arrests have been made. The women are expected to be arraigned in Everett Municipal Court in a few weeks.
Bill Wheeler, the owner of the stands, could not be reached for comment Wednesday.
The investigation began in mid-July after police heard a stream of complaints about baristas baring too much.
Everett police during the past year had received more than 40 complaints about various bikini coffee stands around the Everett area. Many of the complaints focused on women who were exposing their breasts, genitals or buttocks, according to police reports.

The department decided to investigate Grab-n-Go Espresso — the business generating the most complaints, Goetz said.
Some of the complaints alleged that some baristas at the Everett coffee hut and three other Grab-n-Go Espresso stands in unincorporated Snohomish County were engaging in prostitution, an Everett police detective wrote in his reports.
Sheriff’s deputies also have received complaints about the Grab-n-Go Espresso south of Silver Lake. Employees of nearby businesses have complained that the stand is a haven for lewd behavior. None of those complaints have resulted in any criminal charges, sheriff’s spokeswoman Rebecca Hover said.

Everett police focused their investigation on the stand within the city limits, Goetz said.
“This was about alleged conduct, not about what the women were wearing,” he said. “They could have been wearing parkas and if they continued to conduct themselves that way, we still would have filed the criminal charges.”
Undercover detectives began posing as customers in mid-July.
An Everett detective took a city prosecutor to the stand to witness firsthand the activities of the baristas. During that visit, two women allegedly engaged in a “whipped cream show” in which they sprayed whipped cream on each other and licked it off.

On a second visit, a detective was told he couldn’t have a mocha because the stand was out of chocolate. He also was told he couldn’t order a small drink because they only served 20-ounce beverages.
The barista told him that for $20, she and the other barista would give him a show. He paid and they bared their breasts and pulled down their undergarments, police reports said.
The detective noted that the stand is about 30 yards off the roadway and about 10 feet lower than the level of the road, making it easy to see into the business from the street. During the undercover operation, traffic was regularly stopped in front of the stand because of nearby construction, according to investigators.
Detectives say the women also charged customers to play “basketball” — a game in which customers were allowed to throw waded up money at the women, who caught the money in their underpants.
Investigators also witnessed women strip down and perch on the drive-thru window ledge in full view of passing cars. The five women also allowed customers, who paid extra, to grab their breasts and buttocks, police allege.
“We understand why citizens in our community are extremely upset about the conduct, and based on what our detectives found in their investigation, it’s pretty clear to see why,” Goetz said.
Everett police have closed their investigation into the stand. They will continue to investigate any new complaints about prostitution at espresso stands or any location in the city, Goetz said.
Meanwhile, the City Council is expected to decide next week whether to change the city’s lewd conduct ordinance to include espresso stands.

The proposed change, which was part of a regular review of city codes, would not prevent baristas from wearing bikinis, city spokeswoman Kate Reardon said. It also still would be legal for women to wear pasties and sheer undergarments as long as their nipples and areolas are covered.
Police say their investigation was prompted by people’s complaints and separate from any review of city ordinances being considered by city lawmakers.
“We were going forward with our investigation no matter what was going on with the council,” Goetz said.

Diana Hefley: 425-339-3463, hefley@heraldnet.com.

 

資料來源: http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20090924/NEWS01/709249864&news01ad=1#Five.Everett.bikini. baristas.charged.with.prostitution

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十二月 26th, 2013 at 10:16 上午

「咖啡西施」舔奶秀被訴

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【2009.09.26  蘋果日報   張翠蘭╱綜合外電報導】

美國華盛頓州艾弗雷特市「咖啡西施」的現泡咖啡香走味,警方根據線報,經過兩個月的臥底調查,發現路邊咖啡攤穿著比基尼的咖啡師,只要客人願付最多達80美元(約2600元台幣),就會坦露乳房、私處,供客人伸手觸摸,或表演「互舔奶泡」的特別秀,警方已依涉嫌賣淫罪起訴5名咖啡西施。

收錢任客人摸胸臀

遭指控的是「Grab-N-Go」連鎖外帶咖啡攤,艾弗雷特市警官戈茲周三表示,這5名年齡介於18至24歲的女子犯行「證據確鑿」、「她們裸露乳房,拉下比基尼褲,全身任人看光光」。

警方表示收到約40件抱怨申訴,因此從7月中旬開始派警員扮成顧客,被指控的咖啡西施,會詢問客人額外付費提供特別秀,包括兩名西施把奶泡噴灑在對方身上舔掉,有西施會拉起上衣快速露奶,然後再拉下小褲褲,秀完光屁股再轉身秀私處。臥底警員也目擊咖啡西施收錢,讓客人觸摸裸胸及臀部。

咖啡攤老闆惠勒前天喊冤,稱咖啡西施們只賣咖啡不賣性,認為當局是不滿服務人員穿著比基尼。但警方駁斥此案跟西施穿著無關,就算她們穿大衣,還是會因行為不端被起訴。

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十二月 26th, 2013 at 10:13 上午

三不 檳榔西施:可笑!

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【2002.09.16 中時晚報  郭石城、黃樹德、黃文杰/桃園、北縣報導】
縣府要求檳榔西施不露胸、肚及屁股,檳榔西施覺得十分可笑!桃園市林姓檳榔西施說,不少檳榔西施為防範警方取締,平常都身圍著薄紗,客人上門再掀薄紗,讓客人大飽眼福,警方根本無法取締。

北縣五股地區的檳榔西施也相當有名,業者說,桃園縣的作法明顯是行不通,「上有政策,下有對策」,檳榔西施還是會照穿,否則怎麼會有生意上門。

林姓檳榔西施表示,穿著涼快是不得已的,因同業都這麼做,沒有穿著清涼檳榔西施,檳榔攤根本沒客人會上門。她強調,如果縣府真能全面要求,所有檳榔西施都不能穿涼快衣著,她也樂於配合。

桃園地檢署則指出,實務上取締恐會有法律爭議。檢察官分析,露胸不但違反社維法、也有公然猥褻妨害風化問題,但露屁股及肚子,恐怕連是否違反社維法有疑慮。

檳榔西施應該好好感謝副總統呂秀蓮?縣檳榔協會祕書長彭天樂上午在縣府召開的檳榔規範會議,語出驚人提到,當初呂副總統擔任桃園縣長期間,大力掃蕩檳榔攤貨櫃屋,逼得歐巴桑紛紛關門,造就檳榔文化蓬勃發展。

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十二月 24th, 2013 at 4:59 下午

桃園檳榔西施 不准露胸肚臀  

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【2002.09.16  中時晚報  黃文杰/桃園報導】
桃園縣政府終於要規範檳榔西施穿著。上午與業者開會協商,確定未來西施「不露胸、不露肚、不露臀」三不原則,有一個月時間來宣導,十月十五日開始嚴格取締,不分鄉鎮市或路段,同步實施。

縣府上午邀請縣檳榔業協會及檳榔加工業職業工會代表討論檳榔管理規範,如何規範女性販售人員穿著成為焦點,連主持的副縣長廖正井也感慨說,國外友人下飛機指定到縣內某些重要路段看「檳榔文化」,簡直是恥辱。

廖正井也說,有些女性穿著太暴露,連他這種LKK都會「心動」,實在有必要規範,檳榔協會祕書長彭天樂坦言,全縣一千七百多攤,加入協會有六百至七百家,會員都受規範,還有證書及公約,讓外界頭痛的是未加入協會者,我行我素。

稍後開放討論女性從業人員穿著,有倡議統一製作制服,經評估可行性不高,廖正井堅持不露肚子,胸罩外必須外加不透光衣物,他還建議衣褲應該規範膝蓋上多少公分,不過這並不可行。

有業者代表認為,其實「行為」比「穿著」更該規範,例如嚴禁挑逗猥褻,遠比規範衣服密不透風更有效,但這種說法又太過於「抽象」,廖正井還建議協會乾脆用「假人」來模擬如何穿著,最後達成上述「三不」政策,十月十五日開始實施;取締將會愈來愈嚴格,「螺絲只會愈來愈緊,不會愈來愈鬆」。

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十二月 24th, 2013 at 4:59 下午

薄紗擺曳車流間 道不盡人情冷暖

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【2002.09.17  中國時報  郭石城/調查採訪】
「我們被稱為檳榔西施,有些姊妹淘姿色絕佳,西施再世也會自嘆弗如。但我們並沒有受到西施之禮遇,反有如櫥窗女郎、笑著臉供人觀賞。社會上大部分人還是打從心底瞧不起我們……」。

張姓檳榔西施一句「被瞧不起」心聲,悲沉語音在她傲人身材、短得不能再短的衣褲間流洩,有點不對稱。

一旁李姓檳榔西施倒看得開:「有什麼關係,管別人怎麼想,我們又不偷、又不搶,正正當當賺錢有什麼可恥?如果不是男人愛看,我們幹嘛穿這樣?」

李女入這行已三年多了,開朗性情搭配炫燦衣著:「我暫時不想轉業,因工作還算輕鬆、收入也不錯。想想有些女人還沒本錢像我們這樣穿。我們賣相又不賣身,沒什麼好丟臉的!」

許多檳榔西施觀點傾向李女。話雖如此,檳榔西施大都不願在自己家鄉工作,免得家人撞見難為情。入行三個月的王姓檳榔西施說:「家人都知道我做這行,但沒人有勇氣來關心,那種微妙心情,外人難體會。」

檳榔西施不僅需要關懷、更需要安全維護,因變態客人愈來愈多。十六日上午,楊姓檳榔西施甫接班沒多久,「變態愛戀者」就上門了,他是位卡車司機,「每天一打」-不是買一打檳榔,而是每天都會買一包檳榔,順便在西施面前手淫。

打手槍的變態客人,在檳榔西施眼裡算是「重病患」,最多的是輕微病患。楊姓檳榔西施說,常有客人會藉機詢問奇怪問題,諸如「那裡可以買得到情趣用品」,這種客人還算好,最令人厭惡的是襲胸摸臀的惡劣客人。

為了對付這些變態客人,專業的檳榔西施攤設有保全系統,一旦西施被騷擾、甚至妨害自由,同班的西施只要按下遙控感應器,保全公司就會立即趕至處理。

這種企業化經營檳榔西施攤,下了桃園縣南崁交流道中正路就看得到。七家檳榔攤霓紅燈一家比一家亮麗,入夜後耀眼燦爛,某家檳榔攤光裝潢霓紅燈就花了上百萬元,且保全感應系統齊全,外人走進攤內,老闆從監視器就可以掌控。

業者搶生意,不僅店面比氣勢,旗下西施也互相較勁,服裝一個比一個鮮豔,身材更是一個比一個惹火,廿四小時不打烊,有如西施街,已成了桃園縣另類景點。

西施姿色撩人,每天上門客人如過江之鯽,在中正路為了多瞧西施一眼發生擦撞車禍,早已不是新聞。「客人不見得都是色情狂或變態狂,也有相當體貼,真心仰慕的客人,就看西施各人造化」。

游姓檳榔西施說,曾有位亮麗檳榔西施被某公司小開看中。每天緊追不捨。生日那天,小開不動聲色開著百萬名車,緩緩駛進檳榔攤前,端出蛋糕放在引擎蓋前,點上蠟燭後附送一克拉鑽戒。張女說:「那種浪漫柔情攻勢,有幾個女人擋得了?沒多久就見該位西施辭職不幹了、小開也不再來了!」

「色不迷人人自迷」,清涼穿著,是檳榔西施標誌,檳榔西施有其特殊次級文化與社會背景,欲以一個框架管理檳榔西施,難免格格不入。難怪西施們聽聞官員不准她們露胸露肚露臀,大都哈哈一笑!

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十二月 24th, 2013 at 4:58 下午

榔西施 露與不露 地方法令徘徊三點地帶

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【2002.09.17  中國時報 地方新聞中心/連線報導 】
桃園縣政府與檳榔西施業者達成「三不」協議,頓成各界話題。同樣也有類似問題的台北縣,由於經常實施威力掃蕩,轄區的檳榔西施早已不露胸、不露臍和不露臀,因此該縣不擬採用同樣的標準,新竹、苗栗以「不露毛」為原則,中市規定「不露點」。台南市則有兩個案例,露上面兩點不起訴,露下面一點起訴。

台北縣警方每月定期掃蕩檳榔西施行業,每次行動為期一週,由於祭出勞基法、交通管理條例、少福法、商登法或建築法,多「法」齊下,街道上已少見清涼的西施。

台中縣警局以「足以引起男人性慾」為取締標準。今年四月間第一件依刑法妨害風化罪嫌起訴檳榔西施的案例。這名檳榔西施是以小到不能再小的膠帶貼在乳房重點部位,下身穿透明丁字褲露出體毛,還不時做出挑逗動作,因艷名遠播,霧峰警分局內新派出所派員取締,依妨害風化公然猥褻罪嫌移送法辦。

新竹市檳榔西施的穿著,一直遊走法律尺度邊緣。市警局行政課長陳豪傑表示,警方嚴守的最低尺度是「下體不露毛」、「衣著不透明」、「不跳挑逗性豔舞」,違反其中一條,立即法辦。但「目測」始終因人而異,因此,頗有彈性空間。

苗栗縣警察局行政課長楊得乾說,檳榔西施若穿三點式內衣、泳衣,不聽勸導時,依社會秩序維護法規定,每次逕行裁罰六千元,並可連續罰款。今年迄今有十八家被依社會秩序法告發,三人著透明內褲露毛而被移送。

台南地檢署檢察官柯怡伶曾偵查過兩件檳榔西施的妨害風化案件,作出迥異的處分:檳榔西施露「上面兩點」,不起訴;露「下面一點」,起訴。

柯怡伶認為,檳榔西施露出下體體毛,已超過社會上一般人對清涼穿著的認知,很明顯足以引發人的性慾,所以不但起訴,還求處重刑。

對露兩點的案子,柯怡伶認為,民風已較二、三十年代甚至六、七十年代開放,除了特別敏感或道德高尚者,一般社會大眾對第二案西施的穿著,不會引發「色情」的聯想。

高雄縣警察局長袁行一則表示,高雄縣將視桃園縣執行成果再研討,在不牴觸法令原則下,執行檳榔西施管理辦法。

屏東縣警局行政課長黃政春表示,屏東縣警方取締檳榔西施標準,一般分為年滿十八歲及未滿十八歲。前者若身著暴露清涼,且行為放縱經告誡無效,則以社會秩維法處以罰款,未成年者則送少年法庭裁決。

黃政春認為,若露出三點或露出私處,應以妨害風化罪起訴,才能收到遏阻之效。

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十二月 24th, 2013 at 4:58 下午

不露胸、不露肚、不露臀 桃縣推動檳榔西施「三不」

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【2002.09.16 ETtoday 記者黃興漢╱桃縣報導】
針對縣內檳榔西施身著暴露服裝引發妨害風化之論,桃園縣政府16日上午邀集業者開會達成協議,確定未來將採「三不」原則做為取締的標準,也就是「不露胸、不露肚、不露臀」。即日起進行勸導期一個月,10月15日不分鄉鎮市同步取締。

透過檳榔業的自發自律、進而改善社會風氣,桃園縣政府建設局16日上午邀集了縣檳榔業協會及檳榔加工業職業工會代表討論檳榔管理規範,重點針對女性販售人員(檳榔西施)的穿著進行討論。

主持會議的副縣長廖正井也感慨的指出,縣內檳榔西施大膽穿著的尺度讓人為之臉紅,還有國外人一下飛機,就指定要到縣內某些重要路段看「檳榔文化」,這對桃園縣而言根本就是恥辱。

廖正井又說,有些女性穿著太暴露,連他這種LKK都會「心動」,實在有必要規範。

檳榔協會祕書長彭天樂表示,全縣共有1700多家檳榔攤,加入協會有600至700家,協會對會員都有施以約束,會員們也都接受規範,並有證書及公約。但是,讓外界頭痛的是未加入協會的業者,他們為了生意而大膽任為,我行我素根本就不理會協會的規範。

為導正社會風氣,與會人員也針對女性從業人員的穿著加以討論,有的倡議統一製作制服,但經評估後認為可行性不高。

對於檳榔西施的打扮,廖正井堅持不露肚子,至於胸罩部份則必須在外加上不透光的衣物,就連褲子也應規範在膝蓋上多少公分。

也有業者提出應該嚴加規範行為,例如嚴禁挑逗猥褻,遠比規範衣服密不透風更有效,但是規範行為又太過於「抽象」。廖正井還建議協會乾脆用「假人」來模擬如何穿著。

經過一番研議後,最後達成「不露胸、不露肚、不露臀」的「三不」政策,即日起展開宣導一個月,10月15日正式進行取締,全縣13鄉鎮市將同步實施,且採嚴格執行絕不寬怠。

縣府的「三不」規範一旦施行,檳榔西施將不得再有暴露的養眼穿著出現,舉凡胸罩單穿、丁字褲、若隱若現的薄紗內衣,通通不合規定。對於這樣的標準 桃園縣檳榔業協會欣然接受。

桃園縣檳榔業協會總幹事彭天樂表示,市場的惡性競爭導致檳榔西施採取暴露的穿著,這種惡性循環對社會風氣確實造成負面的影響,因此,協會將率先發起自律行動要求所屬的會員們確實遵守自律公約,希望能夠擺脫檳榔業者以往帶給民眾的負面印象。

資料來源:http://www.ettoday.com/2002/09/16/350-1352336.htm

 

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十二月 24th, 2013 at 4:57 下午

新聞觀察》如此標準 只宜規範教職員

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【2002.09.17 聯合報  本報記者林文義】

以時下女性時尚來看,「胸部以下、臀部以上部位不得暴露」的穿著規範,如果是教育部要規範女性教職員的穿著,或者一般公司行號老闆要作為管女員工裝扮的標準,還沒問題,至於說要用來管檳榔西施,那就陳義過高,是不可能的任務。

檳榔西施該怎麼穿才合適,穿到什麼程度是清涼,桃園縣政府官員,和檳榔攤業者或許開個會說了說就可以算數。但是,穿到什麼情況叫猥褻、妨害風化,可得要法院才有資格說話。

以「胸部以下、臀部以上部位不得暴露」的標準,目前年輕女性流行的兩截式時裝、露臍裝,甚至熱褲,等於都被排除在外,這別說是檳榔攤業者、西施,就連一般年輕女性都會覺得可笑。

難道一般女性可以穿著兩截式露臍裝在大街上逛街,就不能穿來賣檳榔?而即使桃園縣的警察肯依縣府規定執行,法院也很難把檳榔西施入於妨害風化之罪。既然難以論罪,縣府、警方的取締不但缺乏正當性,也恐怕會落人妨害人權的口實。

很明顯的,桃園縣政府在處理檳榔西施穿著清涼的問題上,是確實有心,但沒抓住重點,犯了台灣話說的「抓了布袋頭就跑」的毛病。

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