After Arrests, Hostess Club Looking for New Workforce
Marked and unmarked police cars line the front of Club 907 on Friday night during an operation that resulted in 87 arrests.
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Four days after 81 of its girls were arrested in an LAPD operation that brought charges of prostitution, gambling, lewd conduct and the use of counterfeit IDs, Club 907 is looking for some new employees.
A sign on the door of the venue advertises that the club has 160 girls.
The venue posted an ad on Craigslist this morning:
We are seeking dance hostesses to dance with the patrons and socialize with them, we are located in downtown at 907 S. Hill street, interested can come after 4pm for an interview. the telephone number is 213-489-7620. Estamos buscando companeras de baile para el salon del centro de los angeles, solo es bailar y platicar con los clientes no se vende alcohol no necesita hablar ingles. la direccion es 907 S. Hill street. en la esquina de la nueve y la Hill.
Those interested in applying should make sure they bring some valid documents: the club's conditional use permit requires that all employees bring California identification.
The club was open the day after the bust, which found more than 400 people inside the 250-capacity venue.