The Denver Public Works Department is investigating a city vehicle that was seen at a local strip club's car wash as a group of strippers washed and posed on the hood of the truck, The Denver Post reports.
7News spoke with attorney and witness Carrie Ann Lucas who works across the street from the Diamond Cabaret in downtown Denver, where the car wash was held on Friday and the city vehicle was spotted. Lucas claims she saw at least two of the workers take off their shirts to pose with the ladies on the truck.
Photos have surfaced at 9News that depict women in bikinis posing on the hood of the truck, others standing nearby and two shirtless men in just work pants and boots posing for a photo with the women.
Daelene Mix, a spokeswoman for Denver Public Works said to 7News that the city does not support the actions of these employees, is looking to identify the operators who will face the consequences of such actions.
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