All sexually oriented businesses shall comply with all of the following:
No person younger than 18 years of age shall enter or be on the premises of a sexually oriented business at any time during which the sexually oriented business is open for business.
No person under the age of 18 shall be employed by a sexually oriented business or contracted with a sexually oriented business for the provisions of services to patrons.
No employee of a sexually oriented business shall sell or provide goods, merchandise or services to persons under the age of 18 on the premises.
No alcoholic beverages shall be permitted within the premises of a sexually oriented business at any time, unless specifically allowed pursuant to a license duly issued by the state liquor control commission.
No loitering shall be allowed on the premises of any sexually oriented business at any time.
No sexually oriented business shall allow its building, place or premises to be used for the purpose of lewdness, assignation or prostitution.
No sexually oriented business shall be open to do business before 10:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday, or after 10:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. No sexually oriented business shall be open to do business on any Sunday or legal holiday.
At least one bouncer or security guard employed by the sexually oriented business shall be present at all times when the sexually oriented business is open to do business. The bouncer or security guard shall patrol the premises, including the parking lot, to ensure compliance with the requirements of this article.
In addition to following the requirements of § 285-5, any sexually oriented business offering live entertainment shall comply with all of the following:
A dressing area for performers must be provided with direct access to the performance area or stage, with direct access back from the performance area or stage to the dressing area such that the performer may enter and leave the performance area or stage without entering the area from which patrons view the performance.
Access to the performance area, stage and dressing room must be handicap accessible to the extent required by law.
The performance area or stage must be elevated at least 18 inches above the area from which patrons will view the performance.
The dressing area for performers must be separate and not freely accessible from areas of the business accessible to patrons.
The performers' dressing area must have hot and cold running water and adequate toilet facilities.
An employee, owner, independent contractor or performer of any type shall not engage in any physical contact with, or be within six feet of, patrons during performances or when in a state of nudity or seminudity; neither shall any such person receive tips or gratuities from patrons for performances.