Genovese Capo Joseph "Joe the Wop" Cataldo was behind one of the early topless jiggle joints in New York according to an FBI informant in April 1967: "CATALDO recently opened a place called Club Mame which is in the location formerly known as Villa Nova East on East 48th Street between Lexington and 3rd Avenues." Apparently many mobsters were boob fans who wanted to support Cataldo in his new venture, and "on opening night, which was about a week ago, informant was in attendance and he stated that everybody in the hoodlum element was there." Cataldo also owned gay bars, and the informant further "advised that CATALDO owns the 'Candy Store,' a bar located on West 54th Street which . . . is a hangout for homosexuals." No word on how many mobsters were dick fans who showed up for the opening night at the Candy Store.