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Bubbles Bursts; Adult-Entertainment Business Forced To Close

COCOA BEACH, Fla. — Code-enforcement officials on Friday shut down a Brevard County adult-entertainment business for operating without a proper license.

Bubbles, located at 3466 S. Atlantic Ave. in Cocoa Beach, was closed for operating without an adult-entertainment license from the county, officers said.

The owner of Bubbles, Richard Hajduchik, will be given the opportunity to obtain a license to reopen the facility, code-enforcement officials said, but the establishment will not be open to the public for up to 45 days while the application is processed.


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