SF Strip Club Sues Oracle over Unpaid $33K Tab

By Chris Roberts
|  Monday, Sep 23, 2013  |  Updated 3:13 PM PDT
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SF Strip Club Sues Oracle over Unpaid Tab

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One of Larry Ellison's employees rang up a gigantic strip club bill last year -- and now the New Century Theater wants Oracle to pay.

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Hope it was a good night.

A San Francisco "gentleman's club" -- the New Century Theater on Larkin street -- is suing Oracle after an employee of the database giant, America's Cup sponsor and otherwise titan of the technology industry rang up a $33,540 bill and the company refused to pay, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Last year, Jose Manuel Gomez Sanchez visited the club on Oct. 2 and on Oct. 4 -- during last year's Oracle Open World, the 2013 edition of which is opening today, according to reports.

Sanchez rang up $16,940 in "unspecificed 'services'" on his card on Oct. 2, and then another $17,050 in charges on Oct. 4, the newspaper reported -- all on his company-issued American Express.

It's unclear if Sanchez still works for the company. An Oracle spokeswoman did not comment to the newspaper.

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