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Owning an espresso stand where the employees wear next to nothing and sell overpriced coffee is perfectly legal. . . provided next to nothing doesn't

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Java Juggs Sexpresso Owner and Baristas Busted for Stripping

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Owning an espresso stand where the employees wear next to nothing and sell overpriced coffee is perfectly legal. . . provided next to nothing doesn't become nothing.

Edmonds Police say that the girls at the Java Juggs coffee stand on 212th Street Southwest and Highway 99 went past sexy outfits and actually offered strip shows and groping sessions in exchange for big tips.

The cops say they have video and photo proof of the strip-tipping activities, thanks to a nine-month investigation that started when people complained about the girls getting naked at the shops.

It's unclear why the investigation took nine months, or who were the lucky officers that got put on that detail.

UPDATE: Sgt. Don Anderson at Edmonds PD notes that the bulk of the investigation (a plain-clothes officer visiting the coffee stands) didn't start until mid-April.

As readers of Seattle Weekly should know, the proliferation of "sexpresso" stands has been heavily documented by our own ace reporter Rick Anderson, who told us the mysterious tale of Bill Wheeler, the vanishing sexpresso stand owner.

In the Java Juggs case, there appear to be no family plotting, burning vehicles, or strange disappearances--just a classic case of ladies giving the right order to the wrong customers.

Four employees of the the business, along with the owner, were arrested on prostitution and indecent-exposure charges.

We're not sure when (or if) the gals will be back making hot coffee. But fortunately there's a Java Juggs Myspace page (who says Myspace is dead?) that showcases some of the talent.

Let's have a look (though to be clear, it's unknown whether these ladies were the ones who got arrested).

There's Bri.

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Heather.

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And Krystal.

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