[HISTORY: Adopted Liberty Village Board 9-11-1972 as Local Law No. 3, 1972. Amendments noted where applicable.]
This local law shall be known and be cited as the "Prohibition of Topless Entertainment Law of the Village of Liberty."
It shall be unlawful for any person conducting, maintaining or operating a cabaret, bar and/or lounge, dance hall or discotheque establishment or any place of public assembly within the Village of Liberty to suffer or permit any waitress, barmaid, entertainer or other person who comes in contact with or appears before, or is likely to come in contact with or appear before, patrons of the establishment, or for any person to appear in the presence of such patrons with breasts uncovered in such a manner that the portion of the breast below the top of the areola is not covered with a fully opaque covering, or the lower part of the torso uncovered or so thinly covered or draped as to appear uncovered, or to appear or suffer to permit any person to appear in any scene, sketch, act or entertainment with breasts or the lower part of the torso uncovered or so thinly draped as to appear uncovered.
Any one in violation of this local law shall be considered a disorderly person and shall be punished with a fine of not less than $25 nor more than $100.