The naked attraction at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds is no longer allowed in Kentucky because of nudity.
The state’s Fair Park Authority (FPA) said that “a single naked woman in a bikini was seen walking towards the main entrance of the park, accompanied by a male escort.”
The FPA added that a state inspection was conducted on Wednesday to ensure the safety of the women and the animals.
The FPHA said it decided to revoke the license because the facility “did not meet any health, safety or other standards that would permit its use in public”.
The decision was announced after a review of the FPHAs guidelines.
The park has been the subject of protests and a boycott by Kentucky residents over the past few weeks.
Matt Bevin has previously said he would not allow naked attractions in the state.
Earlier this month, Kentucky Governor Matt Beven (R) said he will not allow “naked attractions” in Kentucky parks.