A Lewisville, Tex., restaurant must decide what their breast move is after the city banned it from allowing their waitresses to wear body paint while serving food.
After complaints to police about the waitress' attire (or lack thereof) at Redneck Heaven restaurant, the city council voted to change an ordinance so that it's now illegal for women to cover their breasts with just body paint, according to KDFW.
A woman at Monday night's council meeting voiced her concerns.
"We're quite shocked to see these young ladies weren't dressed," Catherine Holliday said. "They had very scant bottoms on and their tops were painted. It's a restaurant that's between two family restaurants."
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It's unclear what the so-called "breastaurant's" reaction will be, but if management wants its waitresses to keep wearing body paint, it'll have to apply for a Sexually Oriented Business permit, according to CBS DFW.
"If any business were to decide to become a licensed Sexually Oriented Business then none of this matters for that particular establishment, but it applies here because the complaints were about a business that is licensed as a regular restaurant," Lewisville Community Relations Manager James Kunke said.
Redneck Heaven patrons may no longer be able to see women with no clothes on, but they can still tuck into one of the restaurant's signature "Border Patrol Belt Busters" or chomp down a "Double-Bubba Pounder" Nolan Ryan Burger.