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An Oz barmaid who splendidly "entertained customers" in a Western Australia hotel by "crushing beer cans between her bare breasts" has been fined A$1,000 dollars (£439) for a breach of the Liquor Control Act.

According to the Telegraph, 31-year-old Luana De Favari admitted flashing her chesticles twice at patrons of the Premier Hotel in Pinjarra, south of Perth. She also coughed to "hanging spoons from her nipples", and off-duty barmaid Tracey Leslie, 43, copped a fine of A$500 (£220) for assisting her in this crowd-pleasing stunt.

The hotel manager apparently failed to stop the pair's mamtastic show and was fined A$1,000 for his trouble.

Supt David Parkinson said: "It sends a clear message to all licensees... that we will not tolerate this type of behaviour in our licensed premises." ®

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Thanks to Neil Pugh for the tip-off. Sadly, he felt obliged to say he was just "keeping us abreast of the situation", and has accordingly been handed his coat in accordance with Reg Club rule eight.

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