Miami has been stripped of its COVID-19 curfew — thanks to some angry strippers.
The Florida city announced on Saturday that police will no longer enforce the four-month-old curfew following a court victory by a local strip club.
Tootsie’s Cabaret had sued Miami-Dade County to overturn the restrictions that forced businesses, including clubs, bars and restaurants, to shutter between midnight and 6 a.m.
The nudie bar argued that the curfew conflicted with a Sept. 25 decree by Gov. Ron DeSantis, according to The Miami Herald.
The governor’s order barred local governments from issuing COVID-19 restrictions that cut a food establishment’s capacity below 50 percent or from issuing rules that would rob people of employment.
On Friday, a judge on Florida 11th Circuit Court agreed with the jiggle joint.
Judge Beatrice Butchko ruled that Miami-Dade was banned from enforcing the curfew.
“The Miami-Dade curfew orders conflict with [the Desantis order] because they prohibit Tootsies from operating; they prohibit employees and