Oracle being sued for $30,000 in unpaid strip club charges


NY Times

San Francisco strip club is suing business software maker Oracle Corp. over an unpaid bill of more than $30,000 that was allegedly racked up on a company credit card.

The New Century Theater says a man charged the amount to an Oracle credit card on two separate occasions just days apart last year. In court records, the man is identified as Jose Manuel Gomez Sanchez.

New Century says the credit card Sanchez used was issued by Oracle, so Oracle is responsible for the debt.

The lawsuit was filed in San Francisco Superior Court earlier this month.

Michael Steele could figure out a way to make it a legitimate business expense if he was at Oracle.

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