Stephanie Capps, owner of a Nashville strip club, says several men made sexually suggestive comments to her dancers. But that didn't happen in the club. No, it happened in a police station, and those who allegedly made the comments were officers and police employees A new city ordinance requires all dancers to be fingerprinted, and when Capps took her dancers to the station for the procedure, she says several male police officers made inappropriate remarks, and the employee who did the fingerprinting asked one dancer if he should "fingerprint" her breasts. Capps said finally two female police employees finally came in and took over from the men. Police deny the allegations.