Starting Monday, the Metro Nite Club's liquor license will be suspended for 10 days by state Alcohol Beverage Control officials.
The suspension and a two-year probationary period are punishment for the club's pairing of G-string-clad male dancers and cocktails at a ladies night performance Sept. 12, 1997.
State laws forbids some forms of sexual contact in places where alcohol is served.
Two undercover Alcohol Beverage Control officials attended the "Men of Hollywood Strip" performance and snapped photos of dancers engaging 26 women in various forms of sexual contact on 66 occasions.
While none of the patrons complained about the dancers' actions, neighbors and police did, said Ed Macias, Alcohol Control's supervising special investigator for the area.