There will be no more free shows on the roof of a Toronto strip club after pictures of the scantily clad dancers surfaced online.
Dancers at the Zanzibar Tavern regularly took breaks on the club’s roof while still in their work outfits.
A Ryerson University librarian, Brian Cameron, took photos of the women from his office window and published them Wednesday on Torontoist, a local news blog.
The club’s owner, Allen Cooper, says the dancers feel their privacy has been violated.
Most of the photos were taken down from the site Thursday.
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