An attempt to add a sin tax for lap dancing is rejected in court.
A judge has rejected the city's attempt to impose a lap dance tax.
Strip clubs owners argued they already pay a 5 percent amusement tax.
The judge agreed with the conclusions of the Tax Review Board to strip out the lap dance tax requirement.
The Philadelphia Daily News reports there's been no word from the mayor's office yet on whether the lap dance tax ruling will be appealed.