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Friday, August 01 2014 @ 01:45 AM EDT

Moulin Rouge, Doll House, and Habano's Closed Due To Drug Sales

Nightlife, Bars, and PartyingThe nights of fantasy on Via Veneto have been canceled since last Saturday. Two of the three sites dedicated to presenting "stripper shows" remain closed. The regular customers, both local and foreign, who frequented the Moulin Rouge and the Doll House, will have to wait to see the erotic and sensual dance of the girls who brighten the environment. Javier Caraballo, Panama's Anti Drug Prosecutor, told El Siglo that the clubs remain under investigation. In both places, the Directorate of Judicial Investigation (DIJ), in conjunction with the Anti Drug Prosecutor's Office found people who were engaged in the sale of cocaine and the drug known as 'LSD'. In this operation, called Fiesta, 35 people were arrested, including tourists. Eight people remain in custody and under investigation. The authorities believe they are linked to the sale of narcotics. According to the prosecutor Caraballo, the 52 women who were dedicated to dancing and the "stripper show" had their entertainer's visas and permits. He said the operation, which also searched Habano's in the banking district near Calle 50, was carried out due to the persistent allegations of drug sales. (El Siglo)

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