Two Long Island women who sold hot dogs and sodas from a truck have been arrested on charges that their menu also featured sexual acts in exchange for money.
Catherina Scalia, 38, and Rose Skorge, 34, were arrested after they "offered and agreed to engage in sexual conduct with others in return for a fee" at their hot dog stand, Nassau County police said.
The women also gave an undercover officer a card for a striptease business, police said.
Police started watching the truck more than a week ago after receiving a tip.
Scalia, of Rockville Centre, and Skorge, of Merrick, were charged with prostitution.